|04 Mar 2009||#1|
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Change Shutdown Time
Microsoft did try to change the time it takes to shutdown, but they only made it 8000 MS then Vista. In my opinion it's still slow so let's change it(sorry if this is already posted, I looked) This is common knowledge:
1. Open Regedit
2. Backup Registry if you want
3. Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control
4. Look for "WaitToKillServiceTimeout", by default, it is set to 12000 milliseconds(I think)
5. Change this value to anywhere from 2000-5000, that is 2-5 seconds.
Hope this helps.
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