How To: Shut down someone's computer from your own

Shut down someone's computer from your own

In a boring lull after getting home from summer school and need some random play to perk your day up? Watch this video to learn how to quickly shut down someone else's computer from your own.

The method doesn't require ip addresses and won't spawn noxious viruses so you won't be greeted by an angry knock at your door after the fact.

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how do you do this the video will not load

Here is the detailed: Windows 7/XP/Vista only. First, right click on a blank location of the desktop, hover over New, and click on Shortcut. Type shutdown -s -t (seconds until computer shuts down) -c "Your text here". Click Next. Give it a name. Example: Counterstrike Update Checker. Click Finish. You should now see the item on your desktop. But it needs an icon. Right click on the blank location of the Desktop. Hpver over new, and click on Shortcut. Click Browse and then go on Desktop. Double click on that file. Click Next, Click Finish. (Make sure to delete the first created file. You don't need that) Now right click that file, and click Properties. Then click Change Icon. (If you want it to be another icon from the desktop follow these steps. Now, go inside the properties of that. (Right click that file, and click Properties. Then click Change Icon.)

And then copy the text above the icon, and paste it in the other box. Click OK. Then choose the icon. Click OK. Click Apply and OK. You're ready to go!

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