22 March 2017

Shutdown Timer shortcut in Windows

How To create Shutdown Timer shortcut in Windows from textfile.

Do you know that you can make your PC shutdown at a time u wish to?

Here is the trick!!
How To Make A Shutdown Timer!

Step 1:

Right click on your desktop and choose "New=>shortcuts".

Step 2:

In the box that says "Type the location of the shortcut",
type in "shutdown -s -t 3600" without the quotation marks and click next.

Note: 3600 are the amount of seconds before your computer shuts down. So , 60secs*60mins=3600secs.

Step 3:

Make up a name for the shortcut and you're done.
You can change the icon by right clicking=>properities=>change icon=>browse.

To abort

To make an abort key to stop the shutdown timer just create another shortcut and make
the "location of the shortcut" to "shutdown -a" without the quotes.

Here is another trick to shutdown at a specific time, for example you wish to shutdown at 11:35am. Type this in CODE
Go to start=>Run


at 11:35 shutdown -s

And click ok.

To Abort:

shutdown -a

Note: all time are in 24hr, example u would like to shutdown at 8:30pm, you should type

at 20:30 shutdown -s

you can use a batch for that as well it makes it easier to use just run the batch and enter the time you want it to shutdown

Open notepad.

Write below code block:
@echo off 
title Scheduled Shutdown Batch Example by chacha1234 
color A 
echo Enter Time To Shutdown (example 19:30) 
set /p stime= 
at %stime% ""shutdown -s -t 00"" >nul 
echo Your PC Will Auto Shutdown At %stime% 
echo Press Any Key To Exit 
pause >nul 

Save as with file name : shutdown.bat

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