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In that case it doesn't actually shut down , it's going into sleep mode.
First of all just head into the Start Menu / Taskbar preferences by right-clicking on the start menu and choosing Properties. In there change the drop-down for Power Button Action to Shutdown.
You could also take the long route (Control Panel \ Power Options \ Change Plan Settings \ Change Advanced Power Settings). Once you get to this dialog, browse down as shown to "Power buttons and lid". From here, you can change the options:
- Power button action - Changes the hardware power button action : put it to Shutdown.
- Start menu power button - Changes the power button on the Start Menu - put it to Shutdown.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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