How to Avoid Windows from Shutting Down or Rebooting Suddenly?
If you’ve ever accidentally triggered a system shutdown and then suddenly changed your mind, here’s the simple trick to tell Windows to abort the shutdown and let you get back to goofing off.
Here is how we do it:
When Windows pops up a message telling you that you need to reboot right now… and you accidentally choose Restart now, but you can avoid it by following the steps below:
- When you suddenly receive pops up a message telling you that you need to reboot right now
Aborting the System Shutdown
To prevent Windows from shutting down on you, just type in shutdown /a into the Start menu search box, and then use the Ctrl+Shift+Enter shortcut key combination to run the command as administrator—of course, if you’ve already disabled UAC you can just hit the Enter key.
Hope it helps you!
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