As an avid Mac user i have enjoyed all the perks it has and somehow i have an upper hand over windows user in all the aspect. But then moving to the precise technicality of both the machines, i found that mac is lagging behind in one aspect over windows. yes you guessed it right, I am talking about how to Automatically Shutdown Mac After Downloading Has Finished. Now about one thing I am pretty sure that at least once in life we all have encountered with a situation when we have waited for completion of downloading process so that we can shut down our system and go to sleep.
Earlier the things were quite manual, but with the improvisation in technology things are becoming easier. Now the main question arises that how to make the things automatic? How to use the things efficiently? Today at iGizmoGuy, we are here with a tutorial which will help you to learn How To Automatically Shut Down Your Computer After Downloading Has Finished.
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How To Automatically Shutdown Mac After Downloading Has Finished :
Step 1 : First and foremost, Mozilla Firefox must be installed on your system.(If you want an Automated shutdown feature, I suggest you to use Firefox just to download files and for the rest of your tasks you can use Safari or Chrome).
Step 2 : After successful installation, launch Firefox and head over to Tools->Add-ons.
Step 3 : On the succeeding screen, click on Get Add-ons and Search for Auto Shutdown NG and install it.
Step 4 :Now head over to Auto Shutdown NG preferences by clicking on Tools -> Add-ons -> Extensions -> Tap on Preferences -> open preferences.(Please refer to gallery below)
Step 5 : An Auto Shutdown NG-Preferences pop up will appear, select [Shutdown] Mac OS X. Tap on Save.
Step 6 : Next time when you have to download anything, after download has started just tap this Shutdown icon next to the address bar. It will automatically shutdown Mac after downloading has finished.
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