Shutdown system by setting a timer cmd

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SREEDHARRAM - Updated on Dec 22, 2018 at 04:59 PM
 Ram - Nov 5, 2012 at 09:43 PM
Hello,

How can we shutdown our system by setting a shutdown time.

For example if we want to shutdown my computer at 5.50pm how can we do it automatically.

Is it need any extra software. If yes please send me a good link for that.

Thank you......
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shariqDON Posts 10 Registration date Friday January 30, 2009 Status Member Last seen March 1, 2009 1
Updated on Nov 28, 2018 at 05:28 AM
that's simple command run by run command

shutdown -s -t 20000
-s for shutdown
-r for restart
-t for time


To cancel, run the following command :
shutdown -a
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the max time for shutdown is 600 (10min)
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larry > Owned
May 3, 2009 at 08:11 AM
No it's not, I just set it to two hours (I'm using XP).
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larry is right, no upper limit on XP's shutdown. Vista's shutdown's limit is 10 minutes (600), but you can move the shutdown.exe executable from XP to Vista, and then use it unfettered with no upper time limit.
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Thanks 4 the command
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thats simple command run by run command
"shutdown -s -t 30000"

-s for shutdown
-r for restart
-t for time
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Try this command..!!

for shutdown at 11:00am

"at 11:00 shutdown -s"

without Quoutes..!!
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Here is the way to shutdown pc on daily basis

1- Start Menu>> All Programs>> Accessories>> System Tools>> Shedule Tasks

2- Go to file menu and click Schedule Task

3- You will find 3 tabs, first one is "Task" , here in run type " shutdown -s " In "Run As" type
" NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM "

4- In "Schedule" tab, set your required schedule and press ok, If it ask for password just click ok.

Now its done.
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Better use Chrono Shutdown application ... verry practical and easy to use ..
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Create a batch file (e.g. shutdown_now.cmd) - (180 secs = 3 minutes)

:: Shutdown batch file. Designed to be run from Scheduled tasks at 17:50
@Shutdown -s -t 180 -c "Shutting down computer as it is 17:50"


Then create a scheduled task to run at 17:50 daily and call the shutdown_now.cmd script that you've just created.
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Go to start, all programs, accessories, system tools, task scheduler. Click, create basic task. Name it, next. When, next. To the right of start, input 5:50 pm, click wanted options, next. Start a program, next. Under program, shutdown. Under add arguments, -s -f -t 0, next. Finish.
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