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PleaseSleep is a utility software designed for Mac OS X that helps put your computer to sleep when...

PleaseSleep Alternatives

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    AntiSleep is a powerful software that prevents the system from going into hibernate mode.

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    Disables screensaver and powersaving while running programms from a choosen directory.

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    Prevent your computer from going to sleep

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    Caffe1ne is a utility to keep your PC from locking, resting, or actuating screensaver after sit out of gear time dictated by different framework settings.

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    Inspired by the Mac OS X version, Caffeine for Linux is a status bar application able to...

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    Caffeinated is a clone of a comparative Mac OSX apparatus called Caffeine and stops your PC going into standby.

  8. SmartSleep lets you select each sleep state.

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    Deep Sleep is a simple Dashboard widget which allows users to put their computer into hibernation...

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    StayAwake is a little Windows application whose object is to help you keep your PC from initiating the rest or rest mode.

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    Ginseng is a lightweight desktop application for Windows that will keep your PC alert when dynamic.

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    Insomniate is a highly lightweight application that keeps your PC from going into Sleep/Standby mode.

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    Caffeine is a tiny program that puts an icon in the right side of your menu bar.

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