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Create Shutdown, Restart, Log Off Tiles With Windows 8 System Power Shortcuts App

Windows 8 System Power Shortcuts is a simple application designed to bring Metro tiles for shutdown, restart, sleep, log off, etc to the Windows 8 Metro Start screen. Unlike the previous Windows 7, Windows 8 requires extra steps to get power control option. Also, as Windows 8 is a new OS, it might take some times to get familiar with the system controls. This app makes it easy to shutdown or restarts your system.

Windows 8 System Power Shortcuts is very easy to use. Install the application (download link below this post) and it’ll add shutdown, restart, sleep, log off, hibernation and lock tiles to Windows 8’s start screen. No configurations are needed for normal use.

If you’re looking for a manual method to add shutdown tile to Windows 8 Metro start screen, just follow this simple tutorial.

Windows 8 System Power Shortcuts can be downloaded from developer’s website. It requires .NET 4.0 and works with Windows 7 and Windows 8.


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