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windows 7As you know in all Windows Operating Systems there are a lot of shortcuts which help you with your daily tasks. What you don’t know is that there are hidden, or at least little known shortcuts, which involve a sequence of keys that, if  individually pressed (meaning that you have to press the keys one at a time), turn off  and exit your computer right away.

Windows 7

  • Windows key, Right arrow, Enter

Windows Vista

  • Windows key, Right Arrow, Right Arrow, Right Arrow, u
  • Sleep Mode: Windows key, Right arrow, Enter

Windows XP

  • Windows key, u, u



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8 Comments to “Secret Shortcuts to Turn Off Windows Operating Systems”

  1. youssef Says:

    think you iwill try this later

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  3. Web Talk Says:

    @Marc Klink: I confirm that this trick works. But it won’t if you have changed your power saving settings.

    @jan @essequemodeia : Com’on guys. Bear me a little bit. Every now and then I write secret, stunning etc in my title to describe some tricks. I know that for you expert technicians these titles may be a little naive but for the rest of the world these tricks are really something never seen before!

  4. essequemodeia Says:

    Secret? This is a secret?

    I’d like to explain how stupid I think this is, but I just can’t waste my time. Unlike you.

  5. Marc Klink Says:

    I’m currently on Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, the given short cut doesn’t seem to work. Tried left Windows key as the start of the sequence, and then the right Windows key as the start of the sequence, just in case.

    Neither worked.
    .-= Marc Klink´s last blog ..Is ICANN Giving Too Much Consideration to China? =-.

  6. jan Says:

    And your shortcuts for Vista work differently if you’ve got other power savings settings!

  7. jan Says:

    Totally lame shortcuts!

    Windows key, Left arrow, Enter is also a shortcut for turn off and exit. Woow!

    Mmm, this is also a shortcut:

    Press Win+D, press Alt+F4, press Enter

    Woow! Another one! I’ve got so many secrets!
    Next time publish a more decent article!

  8. Alex Says:

    It’s really work! Thanks a lot. Appreciates.


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