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Create shortcuts to shutdown and reboot

Create shortcuts to shutdown and reboot
 
Create shortcuts to shutdown and reboot
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For more convenient shutdown and reboot of your computer, you can use shortcuts placed, for example, on the taskbar. More on how to create them is explained later in this article.

First, create a shortcut: Right-click on an empty area on the desktop → Create → Shortcut.

In the window that appears, enter - Shutdown.exe-s-t 00 for the shutdown shortcut, Shutdown.exe-r-t 00 for the reboot shortcut:

Create Shortcut

All that remains to do is to  name the new shortcut:

Create Shortcut 2

Everything is ready: now you have a shortcut to shutdown (or reboot) your computer. It can be place on the taskbar (right click → Lock the taskbar), also you can change the icon of the shortcut (Properties → Change Icon).


 

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