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We are using Dropbox and sometimes put large files in it. And our connection is not fast enough. So we want the computer to shutdown when Dropbox finishes its work. Is there a way to do this? In Dropbox or some generic solution...

OS:Windows 7

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Try "Shutdown Timer" a donationware utility that I think does exactly what you want:

http://sinvise.net/home/projects/software/shutdown-timer

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There is a feature request filed at Votebox for this and You could also try Swith Off, Auto Shutdown and others to schedule a shutdown.

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