[How to] Shutdown computer using notepad





Notepad is Text-only editor present in Microsoft operating system.  Notepad files are usually saved with .txt extension but we can change extension according to our use.  Notepad doesn’t have the ability to treat unix- or Mac- style text. So, if we paste some words with Unix or Mac style it cannot display it correctly.

Notepad can be used in various steps of programming. It can also be used to generate Batch files. Files which contain a set of command to be executed by command interpreter is called Batch file.

Today, I am going to show you how to develop a Batch file to shutdown a computer using notepad.

 

Steps for developing a batch file in-order to shutdown a computer:


1.  Open Notepad and add the codes written below:

@echo off

Title oscience.info

:start

Echo Do you want to shutdown your computer?

Echo 1. Yes

Echo 2. No

Set /p input=”Enter your choice:”

If %input%==1 goto shutdown

If %input%==2 goto exit

Echo Invalid choice : %input%

Pause

Cls

Goto start

Exit

:shutdown

Shutdown –s

:exit

Exit

2.  Now, click on “File” and select “Save As”.

saving batch file

saving batch file

 

3.  Now, save the file with “.bat” extension. Eg. Shutdown.bat

 

Saving Batch file

Saving Batch file

 

4.  Exit notepad

shutdown program

shutdown program

Now, the program is almost ready. Double click the Batch file when you want to turn off your computer.



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