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User Info: Edge4o7_

Edge4o7_
4 years ago#1
Not going to have a TV in my room anymore so I'm going to use Netflix to fall asleep. Is there a shutdown timer program that works like a TVs sleep timer I could use? I know you can set up a pc to sleep/shutdown after X amount of idle time but I don't want to have to enable/disable that all the time.
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User Info: myztikrice

myztikrice
4 years ago#2
Why would you have to disable it?
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User Info: Snadados

Snadados
4 years ago#3
Go to the command menu.
Start button > cmd

Now type in:
shutdown -s -t XXXX

The Xs represent how many seconds your computer will shutdown in.
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User Info: Edge4o7_

Edge4o7_
4 years ago#4
Snadados posted...
Go to the command menu.
Start button > cmd

Now type in:
shutdown -s -t XXXX

The Xs represent how many seconds your computer will shutdown in.


If I type shutdown -m -t XXXX would that be minutes or does it not work like that?
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User Info: Cool_Dude667

Cool_Dude667
4 years ago#5
The Star Trek tv shows are a good show to fall asleep to.

Deep Space 9 for the first 3 seasons is specifically good for this.
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