[ubuntu-uk] Shutting down Windows

Tony Arnold tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Mon May 28 11:08:31 BST 2007


Matthew Larsen wrote:

>> Control Panel > Power Options > select 'Change Power Settings' for the
>> selected Power Plan > select 'Change advanced power settings' > Expand
>> the 'Power Buttons and Sleep' option > Expand 'Start Menu power
>> button' option and then choose 'Shutdown from the drop-down menu that
>> appears.
>> Seb
> We should start describing windows operations as the number of UAC
> questions needed to do something. O(log n) UAC Operations needed to
> edit power options for each n power options you want to change or
> something :P

What does UAC stand for? I'm sure it will be obvious once evealed!

> Btw Hi all, recently joined the British ubuntu list :) Studying
> Computer Science at University of Manchester, recently made switch to
> Ubuntu.

Welcome to the world of Ubuntu! It's a great place to be as is the
University of Manchester!

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