June 16, 2013 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Hereford, United Kingdom - DssW, the leading developer of Mac energy saving software, today announced the release of Power Manager and Power Manager Professional 4.1.4 for Mac OS X. This release adds new on-demand scheduling tasks and addresses bugs.
Power Manager is an energy saving solution for Mac OS X. Power Manager enables users to create sophisticated energy saving schedules and to automate time-consuming tasks. Power Manager can power on a Mac, run a series of tasks, and power off the Mac without requiring any interaction.
"Power Manager 4.1.4 adds three new scheduling tasks." said Graham Miln, Director. "These tasks make it easy to create on-demand events that help automate the Mac. On-demand events can be triggered both on the Mac and through our customers' iOS devices."
This release adds scheduling tasks for creating three types of on-demand events: running shell scripts, launching applications or opening documents, and mirroring of files. While previously possible, these tasks are now available through the Schedule Assistant. The Schedule Assistant provides step-by-step guides for completing otherwise complex tasks.
Power Manager 4.1.4 also includes the usual selection of refinements and bug fixes. Improvements include new block based API methods and a new simplified notification panel option.
* Requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later
* 9.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Power Manager 4.1.4 is $49.95 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the DssW website. This update is highly recommended and free for users of Power Manager 4. Existing users can update using Power Manager's automatic software update. A 30 day demonstration of Power Manager is available.
DssW is a European software company set up by John Fancourt and Graham Miln. The company formed in 1997 to develop and distribute the first edition of Power Manager. Today DssW continues to develop leading Macintosh energy saving software. Copyright (C) 2013 DssW. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.