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Smart Bomb PC Shutdown 2.1 - User Guide and FAQ

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What is CPU sensor?

CPU sensor is useful if your computer has some heavy-duty multimedia work to do and you are not sure about how long it is going to take. You can simply set the timer to a few minutes and then the computer will not shut off until CPU stays idle for about 15 seconds. 'Idle' here means that the CPU activity has to be lower than the percentage value you specify as the CPU threshold. It is highly recommended that you use a high CPU load value, in the range of 60%. With intense multimedia applications the load is usually 100%, no matter how fast the processor is. So anything below that level is a safe bet. This also opens up the possibility of using many content creation tools at once. With the CPU sensor, the PC will stay on for as long as any of the applications are busy doing the work.

What is Internet sensor?

Internet sensor will keep the PC alive while any downloads, uploads, or other types of Net communication are in progress. This sensor can be used with the CPU sensor simultaneously as the system will not shut off while any of the sensors are active. You can configure the amount of time after which Internet is considered idle.

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