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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Deactivating Scheduled Automatic Shutdown For Window 7

Thrilling might be the feeling you experience when you first learn how to set your PC which run on Window 7 OS so that it can shutdown automatically at a time you specify. But what if you do not want you PC to shutdown automatically again, can the automatic shutdown setting be deactivated?

Yes! It can. And the steps below will show you how.

Step 1: Go to Start > Control Panel > System and Security > under Administrative Tools category, click on Task Scheduler or Schedule Task a window titled Task Scheduler will appear.

Step 2: In the Task Scheduler window, there is a section titled Active Tasks found in the middle of the window. Expand the Active Tasks section, and look for and double click on the name you use to save the shutdown schedule task. The name will be shown there if the shutdown schedule task has take effect before, if it has not, it will not be there but will be found if you click on Task Schedule Library which is by the left of the Task Scheduler window.

Step 3: Select the name of the shutdown schedule task you specify and right-click on it, a list of option will appear, among the options are Disable and Delete. Click on Disable if you want to deactivated but which to reactivated at later time, so you will not need to go through the process of setting up the task again. If you click on Delete it will delete the task, so if you want to activate it again, you will need to go through the process of setting up the task again.

That is all you need to do to deactivate your Window 7 system/PC from automatically shutting down, due to the scheduled shutdown task you set up.



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