RTG Ninja Shutdownis a single window, portable app created by India-based developer Priyanshu Kumar. After you download it as a ZIP file from Kumar’s website, extract the folder and keep it somewhere handy, like your Documents folder. Whenever you need to use it, just double-click the EXE file and the program appears.
Everything is pretty self-explanatory. You want to be on theOffline Modetab. Then choose the hour, minute, second, and AM/PM option that you want. A key thing to remember here is that RTG Ninja won’t work if you don’t fill out all four fields. So make sure you set your seconds option even if you’re only setting it to zero.
Then choose the radio button for the option you want, which can be toShutdown,Restart, orLog off.
Now clickSetand you’re done. If you don’t want to keep the window open clickHideto keep it out of the way (or to surprise your kids if you’re limiting computer time).
RTG Ninja also has an “online mode” that allows you to set a shutdown time remotely, but I didn’t explore that option as it requires interfacing with the developer’s server. Personally, I’d rather just keep it local.
Simple Shutdown Timer
Believe it or not, you can get even simpler than RTG Ninja Shutdown with PCWinTech’sSimple Shutdown Timer.
As you can see in the image to the left, this program is ridiculously small. It would be nice if it had an option to expand the window, but it doesn’t.
With this app all you have to do is set how long you want your computer to run, filling out the hours, minutes, and seconds text entry boxes. Then click the drop-down menu and decide whether you want the PC to log off your account, reboot, shutdown, hibernate, or sleep.
Then just clickStart, the timer begins counting down.
Facebook has rolled out the new feature which allows people to broadcast live video streaming service "Facebook Live", the feature started since February 2016 in the US for only iOS users, but now it has rolled out to Android users through the world as well.
Note: Make sure you have updated your Facebook app to the latest version.
Now the following are steps to follow if you want to start live video streaming on Facebook:
Open your Android or iOS Facebook app
Tap "What’s on your mind?" at the top of your News Feed
Tap on theLive Videoicon (person icon with a broadcast signal around the head).
Write adescriptionfor your video (optional).
Choose anaudiencefor your video, Friends, Public etc.
TapGo Liveand start your live broadcast.
When you are done with your live broadcasting, tap on FINISH. Note that, the maximum allowed time for Facebook live video is 30 minutes only.
Some people in some countries does not have a live icon, well, its the matter of time before the live streaming feature is available to every person in each country, but we have another way to go through, its throughFacebook Pages.
Create aFacebook pageand give it any name,
After creating your Facebook page, open that page and tap on POST icon (to create new page post), then you will see list of options including an option to create a LIVE video, tap on that option and you are ready to go.
The Following pictures illustrates this method:
1. Open your Facebook page and tap POST icon
2. Tap on a LIVE icon
3. Tap on Go Live
Note: This method is tested on Facebook mobile app and not PC.