Review GShutdown: Schedule your shutdown or restart your computer in Linux

Review of: GShutdown

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On March 2, 2012
Last modified:March 2, 2012

Summary:

GShutdown is advanced shutdown utility that allows you to schedule your shutdown or restart of your computer. You can even manage the logout of your actual session.

GShutdown is advanced shutdown utility that allows you to schedule your shutdown or restart of your computer. You can even manage the logout of your actual session. It is a lightweight application that use GTK+2 for graphical user interface. Gshutdown allows you to choose the time and date to schedule your task from effective graphical enivornment. The visual notifcation is displayed to warn the user. that the computer is going to be stopped in a few second when the choosen time of the users arrives.

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The application simply start operating after your select the required date or time for your current process. The alert message will display to notify the user that computer is going to shutdown, restart or logout depending upon the process user have choosen.

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If user chose a time prior to the current time “ Chosen time already exceed message will be displayed”

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GShutdown is available for different linux distribution. Ubuntu users can install it from software center or use the following command

sudo apt-get install gshutdown

Other Linux distribution user can use this page to download their required package or source code.

Also see,

How to shutdown restart computer from terminal

Final Conclusion: Ghutdown is a powerful application to manage or schedule your shutdown and restart of your computer. It is easy to use with a solid GUI. You don’t have to mess with any command  you can simply use GUI and schedule your task.

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