Product Announcement – DssW of Hereford, United Kingdom has released Power Manager 4.6, an important update to their energy saving solution for macOS. Power Manager enables users to create sophisticated energy saving schedules and to automate complex tasks. Power Manager can power on a Mac, run a series of tasks, and power off the Mac without requiring any interaction.
New in this release are seven Schedule Assistant tasks. The Schedule Assistant provides a quick and easy way of creating events. The new tasks help users create events that require a single executable to be run, such as a command line tool. Such events were possible previously but only through the event editor.
The new executable Schedule Assistant tasks include a suggested argument list. This list includes difficult to find values, such as Volume UUIDs needed to automate mounting volumes, and an absolute path item.
Power Manager’s status menu bar has been extended to include a sixty minute delay option. The menu now supports toggling between advancing and delaying pending triggers by holding the Control key.
For more information about Power Manager and to download a 30 day demonstration visit the Power Manager website.
System Requirements: macOS 10.7 – 10.12