This article is not introducing you any hack tool to shutdown or restart a windows 7 PC remotely, it's telling you how to open a remote shutdown dialog box or use command line. Not complex, quite easy.
- Press Win + R, type cmd to open a command prompt
- Type shutdown -i to open remote shutdown dialog window
- Add a PC name manually or Find a PC from your network
Click on Add, you can add the name of the computer you want to shutdown remotely.
Click on Browser button to find other PC on your network.
- Select the command.
Select what do you want these computers to do and choose when to display warning. For example, you can select shutdown and you can also give a message and which will be displayed before shutdown commences.
- Once done, click OK.
- To send commands to other PC’s you will have to have administrative privileges on those computers as well
- For Shutdown Event Tracker to be able to record information, the Remote Registry service must be enabled on the remote computer
- The Remote Administration and Windows Management Instrumentation firewall exceptions must be enabled on the remote computer.
With the OS of linux, we can shutdown or restart computer by some codes. Windows 7 can do it by cmd, too. Here are the steps.
I just start to use windows 7 system, and I dislike the new shutdown menu. My friend tells me there is a way to create icons that will let me shut down or restart computer, but I do not sure how to do that, I hope someone can help me.
You must go to Start menu and click the shutdown button when you want to shutdown your computer. This seems troublesome. Restart and Lock your computer are the same situation. An alternative option is to create icons that will let you shut down, lock, or restart your computer without having to mess with that stupid popup menu. Let me show you how to create shutdown, restart, lock shortcut in Vista.
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