Power Manager is the solution for reducing the energy costs of Mac computers. Use Power Manager to assert control over when your Macs are available and when they are switched off.
Power Manager extends the scheduling functionality provided by OS X’s Energy Saver. Unlike Energy Saver, Power Manager is aware of multiple users, offers unrestricted schedules, provides greater customisation, and supports a wider range of actions.
Power Manager includes the ability to schedule applications, launch documents, and run scripts. Includes AppleScript support, Automator actions, command-line interface, and programming interface.
Power Manager can power on a Mac, run a series of tasks, and power off the Mac without requiring any interaction. With Power Manager you can create sophisticated energy saving schedules and automate complex tasks.
An energy saving schedule is created from events. Events are at the heart of Power Manager. An event encapsulates three things: triggers, conditions, and actions.
An event might tell the computer to perform a particular action at a specific time. You can create separate events to power on your Mac at different times across the day or week. By creating multiple events, you build a unique schedule for your needs.
Events can be as simple as putting the Mac to sleep after a period of inactivity; or as complex as powering on your Mac, waiting for a user to log-in, and only then running an AppleScript or Automator workflow.
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- macOS 10.12.0 or later