SM Timer is a simple timer that allows you to program your computer to shut down or log off at a specific time.
SM Timer is a simple timer that allows you to program your computer to shut down or log off at a specific time. You can specify the time when you wish to shut down or log off your PC, or simply order the program to do it based on a countdown clock of sorts. Unfortunately, you cannot create specific presets, and there are only two actions. It also offers no customization options whatsoever. This program can work on its own or can also be used together with another program by the same developer called Smart Turn Off. The program can be set to run at startup, but it cannot be minimized to the tray. It offers a nice and intuitive user interface that won't give you any trouble, so it can be used by anyone. In short, SM Timer is a simple timer that will only allow you to program PC shutdowns or user log-offs. However, there are lots of timers that provide this and more functions for free or for just a few bucks. So, if you need a timer only for that, SM Timer can work for you; otherwise, you should look elsewhere.
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