DssW announces Sleep Monitor 1.0 for the Macintosh

Hereford, UK - May, 2001 - DssW announces Sleep Monitor 1.0 for the Macintosh. Designed to monitor and log changes in your Mac’s power state and to provide an invaluable trouble shooting resource for network administrators, professional Mac users and technical support departments.

Sleep Monitor non-intrusively resides on your Macintosh watching for power state changes. Events and settings monitored and logged include: start ups, shut downs, wake ups, sleep, doze, low power warnings, low power emergency sleep, low power emergency shut down, revoked sleep, processor cycling, start up timer, wake up timer and idle time settings.

Sleep Monitor records events into a human readable text based log file. The date and time of the event is recorded with each entry.

Sleep Monitor’s log file provides an extensive source of debugging and trouble shooting information.

Sleep Monitor supports AppleScript. One of the AppleScripts included demonstrates how to add your own information to the time stamped log file.

Version 1.0 supports System 7.6 through to Mac OS 9.1 on both 68K and PPC (including G3, G4 and iMac) Macintosh computers. Sleep Monitor requires no processor time between event changes.

Sleep Monitor can be downloaded from http://www.dssw.co.uk/.

Sleep Monitor is free for non-commercial use. Commercial users must contact DssW Sales to purchase a commercial licence. For more information, contact Dragon Systems Software Limited (DssW), 1st Floor Offices, Thorpe House, 29 Broad Street, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR4 9AR, United Kingdom (http://www.dssw.co.uk/).