Now you can schedule Automatic Hibernate and Resume from Hibernation of a Windows Computer with the Power Saver Utility. Automatic Shutdown and Restart of a Windows Computer requires bit of extra stuff and hence when you wish to save Power of a Local or Remote Windows Computer, Auto Hibernate and Resume of a Windows Computer is much more power efficient.
The Main Screen of Auto Hibernate and Resume allows you to assign the Days of Week on which you wish to Automatically Hibernate your Windows Computer as displayed in the screenshot above. Note that the Automatic Hibernate Time of the Windows Computer is also configurable. The Status bar of the Auto Hibernate and Resume allows you to view and confirm the Automatic Hibernation and Resume of your Windows Computer.
The above Video Tutorial of Auto Hibernate and Resume displays how to Install the Power Saver Utility and confirm the Auto Hibernate and Resume Options. The Current Date / Time is displayed in the Title Bar of the Software and the Power Saver can be launched from Desktop Shortcut and then from the System Tray Icon as displayed in the Auto Hibernate Resume Video Tutorial above.