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Windows 7: Remove Shut Down from Start Menu but keep Restart

17 Aug 2011   #11
ITGuy505

Windows XP Pro x86, Windows Vista Home Premium x86, Windows 7 Pro x64, Win2k3, Win2k8, Ubuntu
 
 

Thanks, I appreciate it. The good thing is that I have the advantage of time for now. It probably won't be until next week that it really starts to be important.


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