Thursday, June 16, 2011

Create Shortcut to Shutdown/Restart PC

Normally it takes a hell lot of time just Shutting down Windows, you have to move your mouse to the Start Button, click on it, move it again over Shut Down, click, then move it over the necessary option and click, then move the cursor over the OK button and once again (you guessed it) click.This whole process can be shortened by creating shortcuts on the Desktop which will shut down Windows at the click of a button.






Create Shortcut to Shutdown/Restart PC


1. Right Click on an empty space on desktop and click on New > Shortcut.



2. Enter ‘shutdown -s -t 00‘ in the space provide against Type the location of the item.


3. Click Next and enter a name for the shortcut.
4. Apply a proper icon to it . You can now shutdown Windows through the shortcut. The -t flag lets you set the time lapse in seconds.
5. In order to Restart you PC just replace -s with -r

So ,buddy what r u waiting for ? Make your shortcut now and Enjoy !

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2 comments:

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  2. The word culture is German for the Latin word cultura, the "Maintain fertile, train," a derivative of Latin colere represents (see above). The terms have the same origin and cult colony. Culture is in the German language since the late 17th Century and is referred here from the beginning, both the land management as well as the "maintenance of intellectual property." Today, the agricultural terms of the term is only used in phrases such as arable land for arable land for cultivation or reclamation; in biology are also related meanings such as cell cultures and bacterial cultures used (see also the culture disambiguation). In the 20th Century is culturally common as an adjective, [2] but with a spiritual focus.

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