Thursday, July 29, 2010

System Silencer performs multiple actions when your computer idles

System Silencer is a helpful little utility that can perform a multitude of different actions after your computer goes idle. On a typical modern operating system, usually the only actions a computer can perform when it’s idling are turning off monitor and hard disk to save power or launching the screensaver. System Silencer goes beyond that.

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System Silencer has options to turn off monitors, toggle sound, toggle desktop icons, toggle desktop and lock workstation which can be activated if your computer sits idle for a specified number of minutes. You can also kill a process or run a new program or file. When the system returns back to non-idle state System Silencer can toggle back all changes made to the system when idling.

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