The Living Force
Ahh, perfect! thanks.hlat said:If pulling the plug every time is a hassle for her like it is for me, then I recommend using an extension cord (power strip) that has a physical power switch on and off. I find it much more tolerable to flip the switch on and off rather than plug in and unplug every time.
"You can take it even one step further and connect it to a "Radio frequency remote controlled power switch" and just switch the power off by remote. You can controll more than one socket by one remote. Especially useful if you want to hide the wires and mechanical switches from plain sight or the socket is behind some furniture. It's not even expensive."
Thats interesting, hmm a bit higher tech. Thanks also.
Can I turn off my computer which connects me to the internet and wifi by also turning off the switch on my power strip its plugged into or will that mess up the computer? Sorry to be such a dunce. Maybe turning it back on after that will take longer for configuration of some sort. Turning off a tv or xbox with this method is simple maybe not with a computer however..