When you're home using your computer, you always monitor it. You want to make sure it runs to its optimal level, you shut it down when you're not going to be using it for a while. Or, if it's running slow, you reboot it.
If you're using your computer during the day, you turn up the volume, so you don't miss a message from your kids' school or from an important client. If you're working remotely and your battery is running low, you'll turn off your computer.
But what happens if you have to step away from your computer, or even leave the house for a few hours? With Shutter Lite, you can pre-program many of your computer's actions, such as hibernating or shutting down.
Using Shutter Lite is simple. It opens as a small window on your computer screen with boxes that say "Click here to add event."