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    Put a shutdown timer on your Windows desktop with this command

    Postpone shutting down your computer with this quick and easy shortcut.


    Create a shutdown timer for Windows

    To create a shutdown timer manually, open Command Prompt and type the command shutdown -s -t XXXX. The "XXXX" should be the time in seconds you want to elapse before the computer shuts down. For instance, if you want the computer to shut down in 2 hours, the command should look like shutdown -s -t 7200.

    If you want to restart your computer on a delay, use shutdown -r -t XXXX instead.

    To cancel the timer, open the Run window or Command Prompt again and enter shutdown -a.


    Create a shutdown timer shortcut


    If you need to use a shutdown timer regularly, you can take this trick one step further by turning it into a desktop shortcut.






    • Right-click on the desktop, hover over New and select Shortcut in the side menu.
    • In the path field type "shutdown -s -t XXXX" and click Next.
    • Enter a name for the shortcut (for example, "Shutdown 1 Hour") and click Finish.


    Any time you double-click the shutdown shortcut, the timer will start. To cancel the timer, you can create a second shortcut using shutdown -a or enter the shutdown -a command in Command Prompt.

    To change the time on the shutdown timer, right-click the shortcut icon, select Properties and change the seconds value in the Target field. From within Properties, you can also assign a different image as the icon.

    Dedicated programs


    If you don't want to create a handful of sleep timer shortcuts or constantly edit the one you have to accommodate different time intervals -- or if you just want a graphical interface -- you're better off installing a dedicated program, like PC Sleep or Sleep Timer. These programs will give you additional options, such as the ability to log out, hibernate, set an exact shutdown time or shut down after a length of inactivity.

    https://www.cnet.com/how-to/put-a-sh...-this-command/



    Schedule Shutdown or Restarts in Windows using the Task Scheduler


    While you can always use the Shutdown /s /t 60 command and create a desktop shortcut to delay shutdown of your Windows 10/8/7 computer by (in this case 60 secs) or make it shutdown at a particular time after calculating the time in seconds, you can also use the Task scheduler to shut down, restart or perform any action at one time or periodically.

    Schedule Shutdown or Restarts in Windows

    And why might you want to do this? Maybe your computer is processing a task or maybe it is downloading files from the Internet, and you do not want to wait till then. You can then schedule it to shut down after say 2 hours, while you go on to catch up on your beauty sleep!

    To make your computer shutdown at a particular time, type taskschd.msc is start search and hit Enter to open the Task Scheduler. In the right panel, click on Create Basic Task.




    Give it name and a description if you wish and click Next.



    When asked When do you want the task to start, select One time. Click Next.



    Select the Start date and time.



    Clicking Next will bring you to the Action page. Here select Start a program and click on Next.



    Here type shutdown on the Program/script space and /s /f /t 0 in the Add arguments box. If you want the shutdown to commence after say 60 sec, type 60 instead of 0 here.



    Click Next to review all and finally click Finish. Your computer will shutdown at the designated day and time.



    NOTE
    : In a CMD window, you may run shutdown /? to see all the available switches. To schedule restarts, you need to use the /r parameter instead of the /s parameter. To log off the current user use /l.
    If you are looking out for faster ways to do it, take a look at some of these free tools to Auto Shutdown, Restart Windows computer at fixed times.

    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/schedu...task-schedular

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    Email service providers to make email without phone number:


    1. Yandex Mail Review: Free Unlimited Email Address without Phone Number Verification

    So, let’s talk about it! Yandex is a so-so Russian version of the Google, it has everything that Google has. Yandex owns 65% of the market and the largest search engine in Russia. And it provides every service that Google provides.
    You name the Google services, and Yandex is already serving them in their own manners. Yandex Images ( Google Photos), Yandex Videos (YouTube), Yandex Maps (Google Maps), Yandex Browser (Chrome), Yandex Translate (Google Translate), AppMetrica (Google Analytics) and (of course) Yandex Mail (Gmail) are the services from the Yandex respective to the services from Google.Knowing that Yandex is the largest search engine in Russia, there should be no question regarding its reliability and security.Yandex Mail Review: How to create email without phone number verification?

    Click here to go to Yandex Mail

    Yandex Review: Why is Yandex best to make email without phone number?


    • You can create unlimited email without phone number verification in Yandex.
    • There are no restrictions/limitations regarding space and storage. Yandex offers free email with unlimited online storage. Starting at 10GB and grows 1GB as per needed.
    • Unlike other services that allows to create email without phone number verification, Yandex Mail has no restrictions regarding number of messages that can be sent daily
    • Inbuilt themes make an email-browsing in Yandex Mail great experience.
    • Yandex Mail has in-built Yandex Translator for instant translating the emails.
    • Integrated Yandex Disk in Yandex Mail making sending and receiving the larger emails easy.
    • Scheduling messages in Yandex Mail is another perk of using Yandex Mail.


    2. Bullet mail: Free Unlimited Email Address without Phone Number Verification

    Bullet mail is another email service provider that provides free as well as paid services. And Bullet mail is also email service that does not require phone number. But the Bullet lacks where the Yandex Mail excels.

    Create here to go BulletMail


    Limitations of BulletMail to make free email no phone verification


    • Unlike Yandex Mail, a free BulletMail plan provides Only 500 MB of storage
    • 100 of messages can only be sent daily.
    • No Filters
    • No Aliases
    • 2 Simultaneous Logins only


    3. Mail.com

    Mail.com is another powerful contender for providing free email without phone number verification after Yandex.com
    The Mail.com offers both free and premium services for their users.

    Why should one choose Mail.com to create free email without phone verification?


    Because Mail.com offers a feature to create personal or professional unique email addresses. Mail.com allows users to choose the desired email domain for free from the 200 available email domains. So, for an example, an engineer can go for email domain like johndoe@engineer.com and can look more professional than a Gmail account or other free email domains with no extra charges!

    Why should you avoid using Mail.com to make free email without phone verification?

    Mail.com might be that one email service that does not require phone number and has wide email domain customization. However, if you are thinking of using it as daily email services, simply, don’t. The free Mail.com has only 2GB of storage and the worst thing is the service itself spam the users. No matter what you do, the inbox is full of promotional emails and spam that you can’t get rid of. Mark as spam, delete it, block it or report, the spam emails will drop in your inbox.


    4. Tutanota

    Tutanota is the name you might not have heard of. But Tutanato has been there since before the Snowden leaks in 2011. They are free email service that does not require phone number to create an email and yet they have world-class end-to-end encrypted mail service that does encrypt the entire mailbox.

    They do offer affordable business versions. Tutanota is open sourced and ad-free. However, this email service solely runs on donations and the premium subscriptions!


    5. OpenMailBox: Email Address without Phone Number Verification

    Like BullletMail, OpenMailBox also offers free and paid services! The free services have only 5GB storage space.
    To create email address without phone number verification on OpenMailBox, CLICK HERE and select CREATE AN ACCOUNT to make free email no phone verification.

    OpenMailBox provides both free and premium version of their service, and with the premium subscription, the user can significantly increase the storage capacity.


    bonus: Inbox.lv

    The Latvian company, Inbox.lv is another free email service that does not require phone number verification. This email service is easy signup, anyone can register a new account with Facebook or Twitter account.

    http://techunboxin.com/2016/02/25/un...-verification/


    see also,



    https://red-dot-geek.com/free-email-services-no-phone/


 

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