Power Manager helps you save energy by reducing the running costs of your Macs. The savings appear on your energy bills, and in the time you save by taking advantage of Power Manager's ability to automate back-ups and other repetitive tasks. Power Manager includes everything you need to save energy, time, and money. Power Manager augments Mac OS X's built-in energy saving capabilities. With Power Manager you can create an energy saving schedule that suits your needs. Unlike Mac OS X's Energy Saver, Power Manager can power on and off your Macs whenever you require. Power Manager provides a predictable and customisable sleep after inactivity task. No more wondering why your Mac is not sleeping after being left idle. Power Manager's inactivity task will put your Macs into a low power sleeping state in a predictable, timely, and energy efficient manner.
What is new in this release:
- New: Added more battery level options.
- Change: Raised maximum time durations in editor from 24 hours to 365 days.
- Change: Continued modernisation of code.
- Bug: Fixed start-up/uptime condition; previously inverted.
What is new in version 4.6.3:
- Bug: Fixed dragging of components in event editor affecting macOS 10.13.
What is new in version 4.6.1:
- New: Added running and not-running example conditions to event editor.
- Change: Refactored update checking in notification application.
- Change: Updated administrator guide for Unified Logging.
- Change: Removed support for macOS 10.7, 10.8, and 10.9.
- Bug: Fix hardware power scheduling bug affecting macOS 10.12.4.
- Bug: Fix post-adjustment double event listing affecting macOS 10.12.4.
What is new in version 4.6:
- New: Added Schedule Assistant to execute a command line tool on-demand.
- New: Added Schedule Assistant to execute a command line tool once.
- New: Added Schedule Assistant to execute a command line tool daily.
- New: Added Schedule Assistant to execute a command line tool after inactivity.
- New: Added Schedule Assistant to execute a command line tool before sleep.
- New: Added Schedule Assistant to execute a command line tool after power on or wake.
- New: Added Schedule Assistant to run a script after power on or wake up.
- New: Added dark mode support to status menu bar.
- New: Added delay by 60 minutes to status menu bar.
- New: Added advance counterparts for delays to status menu bar; press Control key to reveal.
- New: Added sun trigger artwork.
- New: Added executable action artwork.
- New: Added argument suggestions for absolute path, UUID, and volume UUIDs.
- New: Added handler for applying licence via URL.
- Change: Disabled fading of status menu bar icon for distant triggers.
- Change: Modernised how artwork is determined for an event.
- Change: Modernised notifier code.
- Change: Updated AstronomicalAlgorithms library.
- Change: Updated CodeMirror library.
- Change: Updated LetsMove library.
- Change: Updated Sparkle framework.
- Change: Updated documentation to refer to macOS instead of Mac OS X.
- Bug: Fixed bugs and potential memory leaks to improve stability.
What is new in version 4.5.4:
- Change Updated AstronomicalAlgorithms framework.
- Change Updated CodeMirror library.
- Change Updated LetsMove library.
- Change Updated Sparkle framework; fixes bug affecting OS X 10.7.
- Bug Fixed bug affecting macOS 10.12 betas.
What is new in version 4.5.3:
- Worked around codesign bug affecting OS X 10.10 and earlier.
What is new in version 4.4.1:
- New: Added sun trigger for scheduling events by sun events.
- New: Added sun condition for limiting events by sun events.
- New: Added Astronomic API for calculating sun observation dates and times.
- Refined: Simplified code that supported legacy operating systems.
- Refined: Self-signed SSL/TSL certificates now signed with sha256; replaces sha1.
- Refined: New internal broadcast module replacing CFNotificationCenter.
- API: Deprecated some SSL/TLS allowances in ssl.allow.
- Bug: Fixed potential crash when managing remote clients.
- Bug: Fixed warnings through modernising older code.
What is new in version 4.3.2:
This release fixes Keynote auto-play support and improves the Schedule Assistant.
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