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PostSubject: NOw... 5 steps to make windows XP shut-down faster   NOw... 5 steps to make windows XP shut-down faster Icon_minitimeThu Aug 28, 2008 2:23 am

We all know that pulling the power to your
computer has to be the absolutely fastest but not the best way to
shutdown your computer. In this 5 step tutorial we will show you how to
make your shutdown as fast as possible.

Step 1: Stop as many services as possible.
The more that is running on your computer the more your computer has to
close on shut down. Keeping a slimmer running computer will not only
make your computer run faster but it will make Windows shutdown faster.
Here is how its done:
Go to the Start menu and then select Run. Type ‘services.msc’ in the
Run Dialog Box and click on OK. In the services window double click on
the service you wish to disable. In the properties box for the selected
service choose disabled in the Startup Type drop down box. Click on OK.
Its best to restart your computer after disabling a couple of services
at a time so if something undesired happens to your computer you know
what disabled service needs to be re-enabled.
Step 2: Automatically kill tasks on shutdown.
Windows XP by default will ask you if you wish to end a process if an
application is running during the shutdown process. This little
registry change will tell Windows to automatically end the process
without your confirmation.
Go to the Start menu and then select Run. In the Run box type in
‘regedit’ and click on OK. Navigate to 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control
Panel\Desktop' and double click on the 'AutoEndTasks'. Change the value
to 1 and click on OK.
Step 3: Reduce the wait time to kill open applications.
When you choose to shutdown your computer, Windows will automatically
wait a little bit before it kills applications that are open. Here we
will show you how to reduce the wait time.
Go to the Start menu and then select Run. In the Run box type in
‘regedit’ and click on OK. Navigate to 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control
Panel\Desktop' and double click on the 'WaitToKillAppTimeout'. Change
the value to 1000 and click on OK. Double click on 'HungAppTimeout' and
change the value to 1000 then click on OK. Navigate to
'HKEY_USERS.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop' nd double click on the
'WaitToKillAppTimeout'. Change the value to 1000 and click on OK.
Double click on 'HungAppTimeout' and change the value to 1000 then
click on OK.
Step 4: Reduce the wait time for services to be shutdown.
Much like applications, Windows XP waits a bit for the services to
shutdown before it starts killing them. Here is how to reduce the wait
time.
Go to the Start menu and then select Run. In the Run box type in
‘regedit’ and click on OK. Navigate to
'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControl\SetContr ol'. Double click on
'WaitToKillServiceTimeout' and change the value to 1000 then click on
OK.
Step 5: The ONE click shutdown
More mouse clicks equals more time. That’s right, why go to start then
click on shutdown and select shutdown. It seems like too much work for
me. Here is a tutorial on how to make a shutdown shortcut on your
desktop.
Right click on your desktop and select new then shortcut. Now you will
see the New Shortcut wizard. Under the location for this item type
‘SHUTDOWN -s -t 01’ then click on Next. Give the shortcut a name, I
like Shutdown. Then click on Finish.
Just as a quick note you can do the same for a quick restart just enter
in ‘SHUTDOWN -r -t 01’ as the location and then you are all set.
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