If previously SOT has discussed about how to turn computer off automatically without using software, now SOT will discuss about how to turn on a sleep-mode computer automatically. There’s a time when we want something run automatically such as shut down computer, turn on computer or other boring routines.
In order to turn computer on automatically, when the computer in sleep mode, it’s so easy. You won’t need strange software to do it. You just have to use Task Scheduler, this application is a Windows default software you can use. By this application you won’t need other software to turn computer on, off, or do any other works.
Here is how to turn computer on automatically from sleep mode:
Open Task Scheduler, you can search it in Start Menu, and write down “Task Scheduler” or you can find it in Start Menu>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Task Scheduler.
After Task Scheduler application opened, you just have to click on create Task which is located on the right Actions Menu.
In General Menu, type on your name and description as you wanted, then select ”Run Wheter user is logger on or not”, then tick on “Do not store password” and “Run with higtest..”, and finally select configure for with Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2.
After all the first step finished, there is another thing you need to be done, which is set Trigger menu, click on New, after that, there will be New Trigger menu, and select time you wanted so that the computer will turn on automatically.
There’s another setting you need to set after that, which is Conditions tab, in this tab you can give order when should the task work.
The last thing, you can set your computer when it is on, to load all programs in Sleep Mode. To do it, you just have to click on Action Tab, and do just like in the picture below:
After all have been done, click on OK.
To turn off or erase task you made, click on Taks Scheduler Library and select taks you want to erase, then right click and press delete.
Now you can turn computer on using Task Scheduler just like using magic trick.