|13 Apr 2011||#1|
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I like to have my desktop computer running late into the night so that I can stream videos off of it to my laptop; however, I don't especially want it on 24/7. I was wondering if there is a way to schedule a shutdown time for Windows on my desktop, say for example 4:00am.
At the moment I just remote into it every night to shut it down, but I would prefer a more automated way, to ensure that it gets done, and that I am saving energy and increasing the lifetime of my computer.
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