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Topic: Method 2. Scheduling Shutdown/Restarts using Task Scheduler
Post Date: 18/04/2017, 01:53 PM
Last active: 29/06/2019, 03:21 PM
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Daniyal Zafar ***
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Your windows operating system comes up with an important function which is known as Task Scheduler like it name suggests it schedules important tasks for you. So we can use Task Scheduler to schedule Shutdown or Restart in Windows, let’s know how to do it.

Step 1. First of all, you need to open the run box in windows by pressing CTRL+R and then type “taskschd.msc” without the quotation mark.

Step 2. Now you will see Task scheduler opens up, now you need to click on “Create Basic Task”

Step 3. Now you need to give it a name and a description of your wish and then simply click “Next”

Step 4. Now you will be asked when do you want the task to start simply select “One time” and hit the next button.

Step 5. Now on the next page, you need to set the start date and time

Step 6. Now you need to choose the option “Start a program”

Step 7
. Now here is the tricky part here you need to the script ” –s –f –t 0” in the Add arguments box. If you want to shutdown to commence after 60 seconds then type 60 by replacing the 0 here and click on Next.

Step 8. Now you will see your assigned schedule simply click on finish button to make the schedule work.

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