How you can Schedule Your Window 10 PC for Shutdown Automatically?

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Basically, user shut down their system manually but they can schedule their PC for shutdown automatically. In this blog, you will learn how to schedule your Window 10 PC for shutdown automatically.

Schedule Your Window 10 PC for Shutdown Automatically:

  • Schedule Auto Shutdown from Run:

 For this, first you have to enter ‘Run’ into the Start Menu search box. Then you have to select ‘Run’ program to launch Run box or press ‘Windows + R’ button altogether. After this, you have to type ‘shutdown-s-t Number of seconds’ in the field front of text OPEN like, “shutdown-s-t 1800” to shut down your system in 30 minutes. Now you have to click on the ‘OK’ button. You will see, your computer will shut down automatically according to the set time. source

  • Scheduling Auto Shutdown from Command prompt:

For this, first you have to enter the ‘Command Prompt’ in the Start Menu search box. Then you have to right-click on the ‘Command Prompt’ program from the results. Now you have to select ‘Run as Administrator’ to launch it. Then just click on ‘Yes’ to permit Command Prompt so that it can make changes to your device. Now type the same command ‘shutdown-s-t Number of seconds’. After entering the time, hit ‘Enter’.

  • Scheduling Auto Shutdown from Task Scheduler:

For this, first you have to enter ‘task scheduler’ into the Start Menu search box. Then you have to select ‘task scheduler ‘to launch. After this, you have to go to ‘Actions’ pane which is at the right side of the screen and then click on ‘Create a Basic Task.’ Now you have to type ‘Shutdown’ in the Name field and you can give any name. Then just click on ‘Next’. Here just select an option (Daily, Weekly, Monthly, One time, etc.) for ‘When do you want the task to start?’. After this, just Set a time to start the task and then you have to click on ‘Next’. Here, just click on ‘Start a program’ in Action and then again click on ‘Next’. Now, you have to click on ‘Browse’ and go to ‘Disk C/Windows/System32’. Then just select the ‘Shutdown .exe file’ and after this, just click on ‘Open’. Now you have to Type ‘-s’ into the Add arguments field and click on ‘Next’ button. At the end, click on ‘Finish’ to activate.

  • Scheduling Auto Shutdown from Powershell:

For this, first you have to enter ‘PowerShell’ in the Start Menu search box. Then just select ‘Windows PowerShell‘ to launch PowerShell. You can also right click on ‘Start’ icon and then choose ‘Windows PowerShell. Now just type the command ‘shutdown-s-t Number of seconds’. After this, hit ‘Enter’ and your computer will shut down automatically. link

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