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Turn off the pc automaticly

Is there any way so the pc turns off automaticly after a certain period. I need my computer to turn off on 7.00Am is there any way so i can do it? Thx for ur help

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  • Bj?rn ?rntorp May 11, 2010

    This shouldn't be a big problem.
    What operating system (OS) are you running on your computer?


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I use this to turn off my pc automatically. easy to use, lots of nice features.
http://www.ampsoft.net/utilities/WinOFF.php

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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How to configure automatic updates in Windows


Microsoft routinely puts out updates for current versions of Windows (and Windows applications). Some of these are critical updates, such as security patches, while others just tweak a program or fix a bug. Your operating system will run better if you stay up to date on the important updates, and an easy way to do this is by using Windows automatic updates.

To turn on automatic updates, right click on My Computer (in Windows Vista or 7, right click Computer) and select Properties. Then go to the Automatic Updates tab. Here you will see the different update options.

The safest choice is to pick Automatic, which will check for updates on a schedule that you choose (daily or weekly, at a certain time) and download any new updates it finds. However, if you want some control over which updates are installed, you can choose either of the next two options:

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If you pick either of these two choices, a yellow shield icon with an exclamation point will appear in the system notification tray when new updates are available, and you can download or install them by clicking on it.

The last option is to turn off automatic updates completely. Choosing this option may leave your computer at risk, because you won't get any security fixes Microsoft comes out with. If you do choose to turn automatic updates off, you should check for updates manually once in a while by visiting Microsoft's Windows Update web page at WindowsUpdate.Microsoft.com.

Whichever option you choose, click Apply at the bottom of the window to save your preference.

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Good Evening Sunnyseber :


Hope that you are wellJ
You did not indicate the type of Operating System.
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If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.

And, remember, always include the type of Operating System and the type of computer you own, when you submit your questions. It simply makes for much faster solutions.

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if the period of time is about the same every time - I would suspect that this is a problem with overheating.

Maybe a Fan is faulty and not cooling the CPU. Once the CPU has reached a certain temperature it will shutdown.

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