Free Tool: Sleep Remote Computer


Put multiple Windows workstations into Sleep mode remotely without using Remote Desktop









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Sleep Remote Computer  
Sleep Remote Computer
Put multiple Windows workstations into Sleep mode remotely without using Remote Desktop


This action puts one or more computers to sleep remotely. This free utility sends Windows sleep command to put computer to sleep, similar to how you can put computer to sleep over remote desktop, for example, or use PowerShell to sleep a remote computer.

Windows Sleep mode is a way of saving power by putting computer into a suspended state that requires minimal power usage. It is different from Hibernation, because Sleep keeps the power on and does not save the state into persistent storage. Sleep uses more energy, but enables faster wake ups than Hibernation. Action1 includes actions for both putting into Sleep and Hibernation, as well as powering on computers remotely.

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