TimeIt
TimeIt
0.94b1

3.1

TimeIt free download for Mac

TimeIt0.94b1

29 May 2005

Shutdown, restart or put Mac to sleep at a predetermined time.

Overview

TimeIt is a small utility to shut down, restart or put to sleep your Mac at a predetermined time.
  • You can choose a specific date/time in the future (unlike the EngerySaver pane).
  • Includes simple Automator action to include in your workflows. (No timing included yet, though)
  • User Interface avaible in English, German and French.
  • It's free :-)

At the moment no documentation is included because it is fairly self-explaining. Simply drag the application icon to you Applications folder and start TimeIt.

Still Beta, use at your own risk.

What's new in TimeIt

Version 0.94b1 (05/05/29): Added simple Automator Action

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5 Reviews of TimeIt

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Anonymous
16 May 2005
Version: 0.91b1

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Since Mac OS X has this ability built in to it, and oh yes, it's under the Energy Saver pane, what is the point of this application? That's right, no point.
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Anonymous
30 May 2005
Version: 0.94b1
If this works it may be the single RECENT one out of many *old* utilities (Cronnix, PiTime, Contab prefpane...) that act only on cron. Now with 10.4 OSX will deal with timings in an entierely new way (via launchd AFAIK). Is TimeIt going the new way? In spite of the lack of doc, just because of this I'll try it.
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Anonymous
30 May 2005
Version: 0.94b1
To the developer, Maybe you should really include a proper description above than rather comment in the reviews and waste space. After all, based on above no one would want to install and use an app that is already included in the OS'es functions, right? I know it is free but just do good by other if you want to continue developing for the community. That would be a fair comment, right? Take it from a fellow developer .
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Anthony Skelton
18 May 2005
Version: 0.91b3
May I ask why this application is needed when a Mac already has this feature? Save some space and don't download stuff you don't need.
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Anonymous
17 May 2005
Version: 0.91b1
The Energy Saver PrefPane doesn't have an option to set a precise date, only weekdays. That's where this app comes in handy. Example: You're away for a couple of days and you have programmed EyeTV to start up your Mac and record your favorite TV show tomorrow. Then you program TimeIt to shut down your Mac 10 minutes after the TV show has finished.
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Anonymous
16 May 2005
Version: 0.91b1
Since Mac OS X has this ability built in to it, and oh yes, it's under the Energy Saver pane, what is the point of this application? That's right, no point.
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