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    How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    Is it possible to set the HP notebook running Windows to shutdown at a specific time? If yes how to set it up?



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    Mayank Array
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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    Yes it is possible but for this you need a software. Here i provide you the software.
    On this you can set the minutes for shutting down the window. Enjoy it.
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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    Follow these steps:-click on start buttonthen control panelthen select power an then select current settingsthen click advanced settingsselect settings it will display a option to set the time for sleepset it then click okexit control panel

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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    Dear

    I am attaching the video for hp windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time.
    Please do as per video and set the time which would you like it.

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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    • 1. Click on the computer's start button. Find the Control Panel option and select it with your mouse.



    • 2. Select Power Options. You will see several options. There should be an option that is already highlighted or selected. This is the current setting on your computer. Click on Change Plan Settings. Your current settings will be displayed. Click on Change Advanced Power Settings

    • 3. Choose settings. Click on the plus signs in the new dialog box. This will display any options that are available. You will be able to change your sleep, hibernate, and shutdown settings. For instance, you can choose to have your computer hibernate at a certain time, or even wake up at a certain time. If you have a laptop, it will also give you the option to set these while plugged in, or if on battery mode. Click on the Restore Plan Defaults button if you want to reset all changes back to the default setting for your computer.


    • 4. Click the "OK" button when you are done selecting your settings. Select the Control Panel box that still shows your basic power settings. Click on the "Save Changes" button. Exit the Control Panel. Your settings are now saved and are in effect.


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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is it possible to set the HP notebook running Windows to shutdown at a specific time? If yes how to set it up?
    HELLO DEAR,

    Dear if you want to set the time limit for your computer to shut down then dear follow the below written steps:-
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    :- Open control panel on your computer.
    :- Now select power option.
    :- Now you have to choose current setting.
    :- Then dear choose advanced setting from the displayed option.
    :- Here it show the option set the time for sleep.
    :- Set the time limit you want to set and then save the changes that you have made in your setting.

    AND ITS DONE.

    GOOD LUCK,

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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    HELLO FRIENDS,


    These are the few steps to follow,


    Basically, Click on the menu in laptop start button. Find the Control Panel option and go inside control panel.


    Select Power Options. You will see several options.

    There should be an option that is already highlighted or selected.

    This is the current setting on your computer. Click on Change Plan Settings.

    Your current settings will be displayed. Click on Change Advanced Power Settings.


    Choose settings. Click on the plus signs in the new dialog box.

    This will display any options that are available.

    You will be able to change your sleep, hibernate, and shutdown settings.

    For instance, you can choose to have your computer hibernate at a certain time, or even wake up at a certain time.

    If you have a laptop, it will also give you the option to set these while plugged in or if on battery mode.

    Click on the Restore Plan Defaults button if you want to reset all changes back to the default setting for your computer.


    Click the "OK" button when you are done selecting your settings.

    Select the Control Panel box that still shows your basic power settings.

    Click on the "Save Changes" button. Exit the Control Panel. Your settings are now saved and are in effect.


    Tips & Warnings

    Using the hibernate option is similar, but instead of going into a lower power level, the laptop actually switches off.



    Before you shut down the laptop, you must save all of your work.

    This shuts off all power and will not automatically save your open information.

    Anything will be lost if you do not save it yourself.

    HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.

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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    hiiiiii.......to set the windows shutdown at a fixed time just follow the given steps


    1. first click on the start menu and open the run

    or

    directly press the windows key + r

    2. And type in the run box as shutdown -s -t 20

    3. in the above step2 "20" indicates the time in terms of seconds only

    4. so give your time....in terms of seconds .......that is on which time you want to shutdown

    5. after Press ENTER key from the keyboard......................ALL THE BEST

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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?


    Dear User.....

    If you want to know that how to set Hp windows notebook shutdown fixed time ...So i will tell you all the simple and easy steps to do that ..
    First you see and then try it yourself....
    Let's have a look

    First of all go and click on the start button and then click on the control panel and then select the power option..And now you have to choose current setting.and then choose advanced setting from the displayed option.Now at the end here you see the option to set the time for sleep And then Set the time limit you want to set and then save the changes that you have made in your setting.

    ALL Done .....
    Hope you like that information ......
    Thank You ....

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    Re: How to set the HP windows notebook shutdown at a fixed time?

    Yes it is possible to set the windows hibernate time but i am not sure about the shutdown option

    To set windows note book hibernate time follow these steps

    • Move the cursor to the left pane then right click then select the option Power Options
    • Now select the option choose or customize power plan
    • then click on change power plan settings
    • then select the option Advanced power settings
    • To change the hibernate time that the computer passes click on + sign to expand the sleep mode
    • then expand the hibernate by pressing on+ sign again
    • Now you can change Time in the option on battery and plugged in
    • Then click on ok and then save the changes
    Now the your device will go to Hibernate after the specified period time if it is ideal.

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