Your download link is at the very bottom of the page... always.

Processed through Paypal
No account required.

Donate Bitcoin to this wallet:
Donate Ethereum to this wallet:
Donate Litecoin to this wallet:

Buying our over-priced stuff helps us keep things running. Peruse here.

Join our Facebook groupFollow us on TwitterFollow us on InstagramOur RSS Feed

 Home » Freeware Downloads » Searching Files   
Search Results
  File Name Rating Downloads
Last Update/Developer
ExSleep v1.0.0.0
ExSleep v1.0.0.0 A free, portable app to put your computer asleep by clicking an icon. With filters, it can avoid sleeping computer if there are running programs that shouldn't be interrupted. Avoid sleep by mistake One big problem of Windows build-in sleep button is, it always forces computer to sleep, even when there are tasks that shouldn't be interrupted, e.g. downloading. It is very much possible that you just forgot those tasks, at the time when you decided to put your computer to sleep. ExSleep uses filters to avoid the problem. When you launch ExSleep, it first checks all running programs, and won't sleep the computer if there are programs that match any filter. ExSleep doesn't have GUI, so you need to modify the ExSleep.ini directly if you want to use filters, add one or more filters under section [filters], one filter per line. A filter can be: Full pathname (c:\windows otepad.exe) Filename only (notepad.exe) Filename without extension (notepad) Fullpath or filename with wildcards (*pad.exe) Regular expression (regexp:.*\.+pad.exe) * To use regular expression, keyword regexp: must be in front of a filter. Use desktop shortcut You surely can create a shortcut of ExSleep on desktop, so that you can easily use it by double-clicking. You also can use commmand line parameter -h or -hibernate to hibernate system instead of sleeping. Of course if you want, you can create two shortcuts for both sleep and hibernating. For: Windows 7, 8, 10 Note: This file has a few hits on VirusTotal. These are false positives. The program is safe. Some antivirus engines don't like files that force your computer to go to sleep. Create a shortcut on your desktop Edit the ExSleep.ini to create filters Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 504 Apr 15, 2021
Showing rows 1 to 1 of 1 Showing Page 1 of 1  1 

Copyright (c) 2021

Tweets by @GeekOnTheLoose