Are you downloading a file but you can’t wait for it to finish because you’re already too tired and sleepy? Do you wish you could schedule your computer to shut down automatically once the download is done? Now you can with KShutdown, a dead simple tool to automate the shut down process of your computer.
KShutdown is an advanced shut down utility for KDE, Linux, and Windows. It allows you to set the exact date and time you wish to shut down your computer just like the sleep mode on televisions.
Aside from “shut down”, you can also choose other actions like lock screen, restart, hibernate, sleep, and logout.
You also have the option to display the progress bar so you always know the remaining time. The progress bar is conveniently located at the upper most part of your screen.
KShutdown may not be that useful or should I say “a real must-have” unless you’re the type of person who always forget to shutdown your computer but I still recommend that you download it and keep it for emergency purposes.
Check out the opposite of this article: Insomnia – Prevent Your PC From Sleeping