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Press "alt + f4" - select "shutdown" (works for most of pc's)

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press start key then press u key your computer will shutdown

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Is there a shortcut key(s) for shutdown in windows XP?


press start key then press u key your computer will shutdown

Nov 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Registry Hacking


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Hacking the system registry from any account having access to system registry puts you in to the administrator account. <br />REGEDIT 4<br />[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]<br />"AutoAdminLogon"="1"<br /> <u><b><br /></b></u><br /><u><b>No Shutdown:</b></u><br />Wanna play with your friends by removing the shutdown option from start menu in their computer.<br />Just hack it down !!!<br />Regedit<br />HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer<br />"NoClose"="DWORD:1"<br /> <u><b><br /></b></u><br /><u><b>Menu Delays:</b></u><br /> Another minor and easy tweak to remove any delay from menus sliding out. For this you will need to use regedit (open regedit by going to Start -&gt; Run..., then typing 'regedit' and pressing enter). The key you need to change is located in HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktop. The actual key is called MenuShowDelay - all you have to do is change the value to 0. 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Fair enough, but if you go to Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel, by default none of Windows XP's 'built in' programs are visible. it's fairly easy to change, though... just open the file X:\Windows\inf\sysoc.inf (where X: is the drive letter where Windows XP is installed) in Notepad. You should see a section of the file something like this: <br /> [Components]<br />NtComponents=ntoc.dll,NtOcSetupProc,,4<br />WBEM=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,wbemoc.inf,hide,7<br />Display=desk.cpl,DisplayOcSetupProc,,7<br />Fax=fxsocm.dll,FaxOcmSetupProc,fxsocm.inf,,7<br />NetOC=netoc.dll,NetOcSetupProc,netoc.inf,,7<br />iis=iis.dll,OcEntry,iis.inf,,7<br />com=comsetup.dll,OcEntry,comnt5.inf,hide,7<br />dtc=msdtcstp.dll,OcEntry,dtcnt5.inf,hide,7<br />IndexSrv_System = setupqry.dll,IndexSrv,setupqry.inf,,7<br />TerminalServer=TsOc.dll, HydraOc, TsOc.inf,hide,2<br />msmq=msmqocm.dll,MsmqOcm,msmqocm.inf,,6<br />ims=imsinsnt.dll,OcEntry,ims.inf,,7<br />fp_extensions=fp40ext.dll,FrontPage4Extensions,fp40ext.inf,,7<br />AutoUpdate=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,au.inf,hide,7<br />msmsgs=msgrocm.dll,OcEntry,msmsgs.inf,hide,7<br />RootAutoUpdate=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,rootau.inf,,7<br />IEAccess=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,ieaccess.inf,,7<br /> This is a list of all components installed at the moment. 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Simply navigate to the HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktop directory in the Registry, then alter the key AutoEndTasks to the value 1. <br /> <u><b><br /></b></u><br /><u><b>Speeding Up Share Viewing:</b></u><br /> This is a great tweak. Before I found it, I was always smashing my head against the table waiting to view shares on other computers. Basically, when you connect to another computer with Windows XP, it checks for any Scheduled tasks on that computer - a fairly useless task, but one that can add up to 30 seconds of waiting on the other end - not good! Fortunately, it's fairly easy to disable this process. First, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows/Current Version/Explorer/RemoteComputer/NameSpace in the Registry. Below that, there should be a key called {D6277990-4C6A-11CF-8D87-00AA0060F5BF}. Just delete this, and after a restart, Windows will no longer check for scheduled tasks - mucho performance improvement!<br /> <b><u><br /></u></b><br /><b><u>Create a Shortcut to Lock Your Computer</u> </b><br /> Leaving your computer in a hurry but you don't want to log off? You can double-click a shortcut on your desktop to quickly lock the keyboard and display without using CTRL+ALT+DEL or a screen saver. To create a shortcut on your desktop to lock your computer: Right-click the desktop. Point to New, and then click Shortcut. The Create Shortcut Wizard opens. In the text box, type the following: rundll32.exe user32.dll,LockWorkStation Click Next. Enter a name for the shortcut. You can call it "Lock Workstation" or choose any name you like. Click Finish. You can also change the shortcut's icon (my personal favorite is the padlock icon in shell32.dll). To change the icon: Right click the shortcut and then select Properties. Click the Shortcut tab, and then click the Change Icon button. In the Look for icons in this file text box, type: Shell32.dll. Click OK. Select one of the icons from the list and then click OK You could also give it a shortcut keystroke such CTRL+ALT+L. This would save you only one keystroke from the normal command, but it could be more convenient.<br /><br /><span>Note: Before you can change any registry take backup.</span><br />

on Dec 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Create Desktop Shutdown/Lock/Restart/Hibernate Shortcut Icons In Vista


1. Right click an empty area of your Desktop
2. Select New>> Shortcut
3. In the text box titled: "Type the location of the item:" Enter the Command for the particular shortcut you would like to create. I've listed all of the commands below that activate their respective shortcut:
Hibernate rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll,SetSuspendState
Lock Rundll32.exe User32.dll,LockWorkStation
Restart Shutdown.exe -r -t 00
Shutdown Shutdown.exe -s -t 00
Sleep rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState Sleep
4. Once you've entered the command, click "Next"
5. Vista will now ask you what you would like to name your shortcut. I've always just given it the name of its function (EG: Shutdown or Shutdown System).
6. Once you have named you shortcut, click "Finish". Your new shortcut will now reside on your Desktop. Simply double click the icon to activate the command.


Note: If you do not like the look of the "default" icon that Vista has given it, you can change the icon to a different one. Here's how:

1. Right click the shortcut icon
2. Select Properties
3. The shortcut properties window will now be displayed. Click the "Change Icon" button.
4. The "Change Icon" window will now appear. Here, you can select from the many available system icons. Click the icon that you would like to use as your shortcut icon and then click OK.

Your Desktop shortcut icon will now revert to the selected system icon.

That's it! Have fun!

on Oct 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Desktop shortcuts for shutdown, standby & hibernate


Win + Right Arrow + Enter Sleep Mode Win + Right Arrow (x3) + Enter Shut Down Win + Right Arrow (x3) + U Shut Down Win + Right Arrow (x3) + R Restart Win + Right Arrow (x3) + W Switch User
That is for vista. Is this what you need?
From http://lifehacker.com/282341/shutdown-restart-and-sleep-vista-from-the-keyboard

Jan 15, 2010 | Intel Motherboard

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My laptop acer aspire5920 is not shutting down due to removal of my shutdown file from my laptop due to unknown reasons.


Hi dear,
Create Icons for Shutdown and Reboot If you find it annoying to access the Start Menu for shutting down or rebooting the computer, create a shutdown and reboot icon for the desktop.
Desktop Shutdown Icon Right click on the desktop
Click [New] [Shortcut] to open the Create Shortcut Wizard
Type [shutdown -s -t 00] without the brackets.
Click [Next] and type a descriptive name of your choosing for the shortcut
Click [Finish]
Add a bit of class to the shortcut by assigning it a custom icon. Right click the shortcut, click [Properties] and select the [Shortcut] tab. Click [Change Icon] and select from the icons that are displayed.
Desktop Reboot Icon Right click on the desktop
Click [New] [Shortcut] to open the Create Shortcut Wizard
Type [shutdown -r -t 00] without the brackets.
Click [Next] and type a descriptive name of your choosing for the shortcut
Click [Finish]
Add a bit of class to the shortcut by assigning it a custom icon. Right click the shortcut, click [Properties] and select the [Shortcut] tab. Click [Change Icon] and select from the icons that are displayed.
A Final Note: If you happen to be as fanatical as I am about having nothing on the desktop, drag the new icons into the Quick Launch area of the Taskbar.


then use it.

if not resolve it

then use following step ;-


click on start then go to RUN and type SFC /SCANNOW
press enter
this command recover all windows lost files, if it will ask windows CD then enter the windows disk.

bye take care
good luck
veeru

May 07, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5920 Notebook PC

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Create One-Click Shutdown and Reboot Shortcuts:


First, create a shortcut on your desktop by right-clicking on the desktop, choosing New, and then choosing Shortcut. The Create Shortcut Wizard appears. In the box asking for the location of the shortcut, type shutdown. After you create the shortcut, double-clicking on it will shut down your PC.
But you can do much more with a shutdown shortcut than merely shut down your PC. You can add any combination of several switches to do extra duty, like this:
shutdown -r -t 01 -c "Rebooting your PC" Double-clicking on that shortcut will reboot your PC after a one-second delay and display the message "Rebooting your PC." The shutdown command includes a variety of switches you can use to customize it. Table 1-3 lists all of them and describes their use.
I use this technique to create two shutdown shortcuts on my desktop—one for turning off my PC, and one for rebooting. Here are the ones I use:
shutdown -s -t 03 -c "Bye Bye m8!" shutdown -r -t 03 -c "Ill be back m8 ;)!"
Switch What it does
-s Shuts down the PC.
-l Logs off the current user.
-t nn Indicates the duration of delay, in seconds, before performing the action.
-c "messagetext" Displays a message in the System Shutdown window. A maximum of 127 characters can be used. The message must be enclosed in quotation marks.
-f Forces any running applications to shut down.
-r Reboots the PC.

on Jun 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Shortcut for ShutDown PC


well just press Windows key on Keyboard then press only U and press again only U.. thtsit..
windows will be shutdown

on Jun 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Dell model DHM DESKTOP which is stuck while plug in .


Try this out:

1. Hold down the Start (Windows Flag Key) button on your keyboard and press R

2. Type this Command : shutdown.exe -s -f -t 00

This will shutdown all running programs and shutdown windows Instantly.

Optionally you can create a desktop shortcut to do this automatically. Here is how:

1. Right click on any blank space of windows desktop -> New -> Shortcut. A “Create Shortcut” window will open.

2. In the blank, type in:
shutdown.exe -s -f -t 0
It means, shutdown and wait for Zero second. Click “Next” button for next step.

3. Type in whatever name you like in the blank. I use “Turn Off PC”. Then, click “Finish” button.

4. You are finished . A new shutdown shortcut has been created on your windows desktop!

Just click on it to shutdown.

Dec 07, 2008 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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Windows 7 Keyboard shortcuts


Keyboard shortcuts
Windows 7 supports several useful new keyboard shortcuts. Alt+P
Display/ hide the Explorer preview pane
Windows Logo+G
Display gadgets in front of other windows
Windows Logo++ (plus key)
Zoom in, where appropriate
Windows Logo+- (minus key)
Zoom out, where appropriate
Windows Logo+Up
Maximise the current window
Windows Logo+Down
Minimise the current window
Windows Logo+Left
Snap to the left hand side of the screen
Windows Logo+Right
Snap to the right hand side of the screen
Windows Logo+Home
Minimise/ restore everything except the current window

on Jan 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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CREATING ONE CLICK SHUTDOWN


1.Navigate to your desktop. On the desktop, right-click and go to New, then to Shortcut (in other words, create a new shortcut).
2. You should now see a pop-up window instructing you to enter a command line path.
3.Use this path in "Type Location of the Item"
4.SHUTDOWN -s -t 01
5.If the C: drive is not your local hard drive, then replace "C" with the correct letter of the hard drive.
6. Click the "Next" button. Name the shortcut and click the "Finish" button. 7.Now whenever you want to shut down, just click on this shortcut and you're done.

on Dec 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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