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Auto Shutdown and Set Alarm in Windows 7 Using Aimp

 There are several things that make you want Windows to shutdown itself because of the activities you do. Suppose you listen to music as a lullaby. Of course, you don't want your computer to be on and “singing” all night while you're asleep because besides that no one is listening.

In Windows, there are many ways to be able to set auto shutdown. Be it using the command prompt or a specific application. Well, this time we will try to auto shutdown using Aimp. Aimp is a freeware music player for Windows which is equipped with a scheduler feature to auto shutdown and alarm. Homepage and download link are at

Set Auto Shutdown Aimp

We assume we have Windows installed Aimp. To activate the scheduler, run Aimp then click the scheduler option icon (yellow circle) as shown below.

Activate Scheduler

Sometimes the scheduler option icon doesn't look like that depending on the Aimp skin that we activate. But for the default skin, the icon is shaped like that. After the scheduler option window appears, activate the scheduler and set at what time we want the computer to shut down. In the scheduler, there are several options other than shutdown, including sleep, close application, and stop playback. In addition, the timer settings are also available at the end of playlist, at the end of queue, and at the end of file. All can be used according to your needs.

Set Alarm Aimp

In addition to shutdown, the scheduler option also has an alarm function that we can use to remind us of something. We just set what time the alarm sounds, then we select a sound file or music as a marker for the alarm sound. There is also a setting for the alarm volume and also sets the alarm volume to increase gradually as needed.

Use technology wisely, and good luck.

Hopefully, this article about Auto Shutdown and Set Alarm in Windows 7 Using Aimp, gives you a little insight. Also, read an article about Back Up Files with File History in Windows 10 that you may need to know. Thank you.

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