The shutdown location of Windows 8 is 'too hidden' causing many users who use the new system for the first time to not know how to shut down Windows 8. In addition the operation of shutting down Windows 8 is also more cumbersome. The entire process requires multiple slides and enters the two-layer interface to complete. Below we introduce 5 small methods.
The first type: original shutdown
First of all let's take a look at the most primitive but also the most cumbersome Windows 8 shutdown method. Slide to the right corner and the super button appears.
Click 'Settings' --- 'Power' --- 'Shutdown' you can.
Second: Shortcut key shutdown
The user presses 'Alt+F4' in the Windows interface to pop up the Windows 8 shutdown menu.
The third type: logout and shutdown
In Metro mode click 'User' in the upper right corner of the screen to select logout and logout Then click the 'Power' button in the lower right corner to select shutdown. Of course you can also use the 'Win+L' shortcut key to select logout. This method is common in Windows mode and Metro mode.
The fourth type: Windows 8 shortcut keys
Use Windows 8 Unique shortcut key---'Win+I' summons the system setting page and then select the power button at the bottom right.
The fifth type: icon shutdown
For the more cumbersome shutdown process of Windows 8 you can create a shutdown in the Windows 8 start screen Icon
The first step is to right-click the desktop to create a shortcut.
The second step enter the shutdown code enter 'shutdown.exe -s -t 00' in the location of the object and set the name
The third step change the default icon of the shortcut right-click the shortcut icon and change the icon.
Step 4. Right-click the icon and select 'Pin to Start Screen' to copy the newly created shutdown shortcut to the Windows 8 Metro interface bingo.
Attach other setting commands:
Restart the computer: shutdown.exe- r -t 00
Lock the computer: rundll32.exe user32.dllLockWorkStation
Hibernating the computer: rundll32.exe powrProf.dllSetSuspendState
Sleeping the computer: rundll32.exe powrprof.dllSetSuspendState 010?Windows 8 switch user (skip the lock screen interface) without exiting and restarting