How to Shutdown Windows Faster With Simple Tricks – Speed Up Windows Shutdown

If you are a person who is always in a hurry, you might consider looking for ways to shutdown your computer faster. Well, this may look nonsense for you but this is actually a helpful way to lessen your time in waiting for your computer to finally end its power. Actually, there are several ways for you to succeed with this. However, since most of the steps will alter your Windows Registry, it is advisable for you to backup your registry. Also, make sure that you have a working “System Restore” for your computer.

Shorter “Timeout To Kill Service”

shorter timeout

This is a way wherein you will disallow the system to pause in waiting for unresponsive applications to be totally closed. These unresponsive applications are those which always appear before the Windows gets its shut down wherein you are given the chance to wait for the system to end it or “End Now”. Well, that is quite unnecessary. To succeed with this, you will need to go to your registry. On the “Windows Registry directory”, you will find the HKEY_CURRENT_USER then under it, click on the “Control Panel” then “Desktop”. From there, change the value of the string into “2000” and hit “OK”. The image can show you where to put the new string value.

 

Altering the “Wait To Kill App Timeout”

wait to kill app

With this process, it will urge the system to shut down all the running applications right away to make the shutting down process faster. To start, go to the ‘Windows Registry directory”, then proceed to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER, and then choose “Control Panel” and click on “Desktop”. Change the default values to “1000” The image shown will guide you on where to put the new value.

 

Create a Shortcut for Shutting Down

shutdown shortcut

Well, this is possible rather than going to the shutting down button by accessing the Start menu which is again, slowing down the process. Also, this is a safe method since you do not have to alter any registry settings. All you need to do is to right click anywhere on the desktop and on the image show, type in the indicated value. Click “Next’ and you are done. This is the fastest shut down process.

 

Removing the “Clear Page File At Shutdown” Capability

clear page shutdown

This will lessen the time wherein the system will need to first clear all the opened applications which is not that needed. You will need to open the registry editor by typing in “regedit” on the “Run” option. Now, you will see a lot of files and folder. Just locate the following path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEM >> CurrentControlSet >> Control >> Session Manager >> Memory
Management. After that, look for the entry with the “ClearPageFileAtShutdown”. Right click on it and select “Modify”. The default value is set to 1 but for a change, make it “0”.

 

Downloading an Internet File

This is the simplest way actually. You can execute a faster shut down process by downloading a particular zip file (download link: http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sevenforums.com%2Fattachments%2Ftutorials%2F1094d1227806643-shut-down-speed-up-2_second_shutdown.zip&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNEgo1EYlzqkjyngysYL3EYZSTVptQ ). Just extract the registry files in it. Right click on it then choose “Merge”. Click “Run” and you are finish.

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