KShutdown is a graphical shutdown utility for Linux and Windows. It allows you to turn off or suspend a computer at a specified time. It features various time and delay options, commandline support, and notifications.
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows Windows Windows Linux Haiku|
|Translations||English Polish Arabic Brazilian Portuguese Bulgarian Chinese (Simplified) Czech Danish Dutch French German Greek Hungarian Italian Norwegian Russian Serbian Slovak Spanish Swedish Turkish|
Release Notes: This Beta release includes basic password protection which allows you to block or limit some features. The "kworkspace" library dependency was removed (libkworkspace is no longer required to build KShutdown for KDE). Language translations were updated.
Release Notes: This final and stable release brings only minor improvements. Language translations and Qt libraries were updated. A summary of changes since version 2.0 includes: support for non-KDE desktop environments (compile using ./Setup-qt.sh script), basic support for Haiku OS, better integration with KDE, support for Qt 5, more system tray options, a Bookmarks menu, many bugfixes, and more. This release replaces KShutdown 2.0, which is now obsolete.
Release Notes: This release adds a Bookmarks menu which allows you to quickly select your favorite options. A bug on Linux systems without ConsoleKit installed was fixed. Language translations were updated.
Release Notes: This Beta release adds Razor-qt and MATE Desktop Environment support. Serbian and Brazilian Portuguese translations have been updated. Integration with KDE 4 has been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Haiku OS and Qt 5.0. Compatibility with the latest KDE version has been improved.