March 9, 2009 in Utility (F)
[prMac.com] Milan, Italy - Tension Software has released Mac Restart X 1.2 for Mac OS X. Mac Restart X is the ideal solution to restart a unattended Mac with maximum flexibility in choosing when to do it. It's simple to use and effective from day one thanks to the well trimmed interface. The setup procedure in Mac restart X takes only few seconds.
The application can restart a Mac on a regular basis selecting to have the restart any day at a specified time or a specified day of the week or one time only at a specific date and time using a calendar control or at launch using it via Apple iCal or other applications. Mac Restart X before executing the shutdown will warn the user before a prefixed interval time the user can set via preferences.
* Doesn't slow down a Mac when in background, using minimal processor resources
* Uses native Mac OS X Date Time Calendar control
* Warns the user before restart showing a progress bar or jumping from the dock
* Variable warning time interval adjustable in preferences
* 'Scheduled Restart', 'On Date Restart' and 'At Launch Restart' let the user have a true choice
New in this release:
* Added a variable time interval restart warning (adjustable in preferences)
* Improved internal timer engine
* Various bug fix
* Mac OS X Version 10.4 Tiger or higher
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* G3 or G4 Processor, or Intel Processor
A bit of history:
Mac Restart X it is the successor of the successful Mac Restart running years ago on Mac OS Classic. The application is entirely rewritten for Cocoa and doesn't share a single line of code with the ancient Mac Restart for Mac OS 6, 7, 8 and 9.
Tension Software started in 1997 developing Mac software for Mac OS Classic. Now Tension Software still develops Mac software for Mac OS X using the last Apple technology, Cocoa and Objective-C. All the current Mac production is made by Universal Applications native on both PPC Mac and Intel Mac. Other brands and products referenced herein are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.