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  1. 1. Produce by:Huy Vouchleang
  2. 2. Installation and Usage
  3. 3. Installation and UsageAfter the installationis finished, you willfind MC7 Sleep Timerlocated in the MediaCenter Extras Library.Click on the tile toopen the timer andconfigure yoursettings.
  4. 4. Installation and Usage The MC7 Sleep Timer will open in  After setting full screen mode. your PC to You can choose to shutdown, shutdown the PC you’ll get an after 30 or 60 minutes, create a audio custom length confirmation. shutdown timer at any 5 minute interval, or select the exact time you want the PC to shutdown.
  5. 5. Installation and Usage To set a custom timer length, scroll to the “Custom timer” option and click right or left on your Media Center remote or, the right or left arrow keys, to choose how many minutes before shutdown.
  6. 6. Installation and UsageTo schedule a shutdown for a certain time, browse to the “Shutdown at time” button, and scroll right or left with the arrow keys on the keyboard or remote. When you’ve chosen your time, hit “Enter” on the keyboard or “OK” on the remote.
  7. 7. Installation and Usage Clicking the “Monitor Off” button will turn off only the monitor and “Cancel Timer” will cancel your shutdown request.
  8. 8. ConclusionIf you often find yourself falling asleep every night watching Media Center and then fumbling and stumbling in the middle of the night to shutdown your computer, MC7 Sleep timer might just be a perfect addition to your Media Center setup.
  9. 9. Produce by:Link:http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/12508/add-a- Huy Vouchleangsleep-timer-to-windows-7-media-center/

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