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Quick ShutDown - fast and easy-to-use shutdown tool that allows you to shutdown,
reboot, hibernate, logoff, standby or lock your computer with the one mouse click.
When QSD is running, an accurate miniature icon appears on the taskbar on the end
opposite the "Start" button. You can choose to click or double click it with the
left mouse button, and it shutdowns or reboots your computer. You can set a
keyboard shortcut for any action - shutdown, reboot, hibernate, standby, lock,
logoff and media eject. Quick ShutDown allows you to set your own tray icon to be displayed.
Click it with the right mouse button to view the context menu. Also, QSD can
automatically terminate applications if they are not responding making shutdowns
both quicker and safer. In addition, Quick ShutDown can eject removable media
drives at shutdown preventing you from losing your disks and CDs by leaving them
in the drive when you leave.
It is possible to use Quick Shutdown from the command-line.
Usage: qsd.exe [-f] [-s] [-r] [-l] [-h] [-d] [-k] [-e:x:]
Forces all running applications to exit during the shutdown instead of giving them a chance to gracefully save their data
Shutdown the computer
Reboot the computer
Log off the user
Hibernate the computer
Eject drive x
Quick ShutDown - optionally terminates programs that
aren't responding, making shutdowns both quicker and safer. You can
easily set hotkeys for each task (shutdown, reboot and logoff). The
program meets a real need for millions of Windows users, consumes a
minimum of resources, but offers a maximum of features. Quick ShutDown works
with Windows 9x/Me/XP/2000/NT.
With Quick ShutDown you can|
- Quickly shutdown, reboot, logoff, hibernate, standby, lock workstation and eject removable media by double-clicking
or single-clicking on the program's icon in the desktray.
- Eject removable media at shutdown.
- Set hotkeys for shutdown, reboot, logoff, lock, hibernate, standby and media eject.
- Optionally terminate programs that are not responding.
- Run it on Windows 9x/Me/XP/2000/NT.
- Define your own tray icon to be displayed.
- Install and uninstall it automatically
Windows 9x/Me/XP/2000/NT, 8 Mb RAM, 352 Kb hard-disk space
2 min. at 28.8