Before you can assign the desired job, it is necessary to get acquainted with the utility shutdown, it will shut down the computer. Open a command prompt. To do this, click start, expand all programs, and select it in the folder "Standard" paragraph "Command prompt".
In the opened new window, enter shutdown /? (shutdown, space, forward slash, question mark) and press Enter. The screen will display a certificate which details the appointment of an argument. To automatically turn off the computer fits the –s argument. Close the command prompt.
If you do not have a password to log into the system, it will need to be set. Without this schedule task will not work. To protect the login password, open the "control Panel" section of the "user Accounts" and select task "Create a password".
You can then go directly to the job assignment. Click start, expand all programs in a folder "Standard", select the sub-folder "Utility" and click on "scheduled tasks". In the opened window, tap the (icon) "Add task".
The "scheduled task wizard" will do for you almost all, you only need to follow his instructions. When you are prompted to select a job, click on the "Browse" button and specify the path to the file shutdown.exe. It is located on the disk with the system in the Windows folder and the system32 subfolder.
Set the frequency of execution of the building schedule and the start date of its implementation. When prompted for a password, enter the password you set to log in to the system. When the "Master" will complete its work and close the window, in the folder "scheduled tasks" will be a new item. Click on it with the left mouse button.
A new window will open, go to the tab "Job". In the string "Run" is written as the full path to the file shutdown. You must Supplement this record by the argument –s to the entry is as follows: C: (or other drive system)/WINDOWS/system32/shutdown.exe –s. Please note: between the extension .exe and the –s argument should be a space. Confirm the password and close the window.