Release Date: November 11, 2005.
Restart is a lightweight Windows solution that does exactly what its name suggests: it restarts the computer at a user defined time. Restart can also shut down the computer with the help of the scheduling utility that also comprises a few other goodies to enhance the whole process.
There’s no actual interface of the program, but a simple menu accessible via the tray icon.
Restart lets you configure an action to be performed with a double click on this icon, be it restart, shutdown or schedule, but also launch the app at startup or use a simplified menu.
The scheduling feature however is the ace up its sleeve, as it allows you to schedule an operation for a later time. There are multiple options at your disposal, including restart, shutdown, standby, hibernate and restart to another operating system in case multiple ones are installed on your system.
Plus, you can force processes to terminate and show a warning message for a user-defined time before the action is performed.
Restart works like a charm on all Windows iterations on the market and doesn’t slow down the system at all, without requiring administrator privileges on Windows 7 workstations.
All things considered, Restart does its job and doesn’t require advanced computer knowledge to take the most out of its features. A simple interface and very intuitive features are addressed to both beginners and those more experienced.
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