ShutDownOne runs in the system tray and allows you to quickly shut down Windows. You can choose from a full shutdown, reboot, log off, power off and also lock the work station, activate hibernate. Any operation can be executed as an emergency (force) shut down. In addition, you can perform scheduled shutdowns, no-activity action and more. ShutDownOne also allows you to perform remote shutdowns for machines on the network and supports commandline operation, as well as creation of batch files for any selected action. Additional features include custom commands before execution, optional user warning and password protection, auto-login after Restart, deleting a IE temporary files, typed URLs, cookies, IE history and more.
See also: delete cookies, shutdown+, power off, lock workstation, restart, reboot, force, schedule, timed shutdown, emergency, command line, auto login, password protection, activity timer, delete tmp files, delete history, clear typed URLs