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XP has a timer shutdown function and its shutdown command is controlled by the Shutdown.exe program which is located in the Windows\\System32 folder. For example if you want to automatically shut down at 11:00 you can do this: Click to start and enter at 11:00 Shutdown

XP has a scheduled shutdown function and the shutdown command is controlled by the Shutdown.exe program. The program is located in the Windows\\System32 folder. For example if you want to automatically shut down at 11:00 you can do this:

Click \u0026ldquo;Start\u0026rdquo;\u0026rarr; Run enter \u0026ldquo;at 11:00 Shutdown -s\u0026rdquo; So that when the time reaches 11 o'clock the computer will appear 'System shutdown' dialog box by default there is a 30-second countdown and prompt you to save the document.

Attachment: the following are the parameters of Shutdown.exe

-s: means shutting down the local Computer

-a: means to cancel the shutdown operation

-i: display the graphical user interface but it must be the first option of Shutdown

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-t time: set shutdown countdown

-c \u0026quot;message content\u0026quot;: enter shutdown dialog The message content in the box (cannot exceed 127 characters)

-l: log off the current user

-r: shutdown And restart

-f: forcibly close the application

-m: \\\\computer name: control the remote computer

?XP boot prompts 'This operation was due to the limitation of this computer-Computer Knowledge Network

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