Working with Windows 10 is getting truly basic nowadays, on account of the stunts and tweaks accessible. We all have seen that with each new significant discharge, Windows OS is evolving. Be that as it may, what we miss the most is the fundamental tweaks we used to do when Windows XP was at its pinnacle. In this article, I will show you how to change the default Shutdown options in the Alt+F4 Dialog box in Windows 10.
Alt+F4 easy route is one of the most used alternate ways in the Windows condition. If anybody knows how to deal with a framework using alternate routes, he/she can undoubtedly deal with it without touching the mouse. These alternate ways are anything but difficult to use and make our work quicker too. While using Alt+F4, a dialog box opens up with Restart (or some other) as a pre-chosen alternative. Today we will perceive how to change it to Shutdown as a default.
Change default Shutdown options in Alt+F4
It doesn’t make a difference if there are numerous different methods for shutting down the framework, Alt+F4 remains widely adored. It would be ideal if you remember that the method we are going to perform today requires a few changes in a Windows Registry, so don’t change anything that isn’t referenced in the methods underneath.
1] Using Windows Registry
Press Win + R keys, the Run dialog box will appear. Type regedit and hit enter.
Right-click on the Advanced vault tree and click on New. Now, select DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Name it as Start_PowerButtonAction. It will control the default activity in the Shut Down dialog box.
Double-tap on the recently made dword.
Now enter the Value information as 2 to make “Shut down” as the default activity. Select Base as Decimal.
To make some other choice as default, you can use:
- 4 to make Restart as the default activity
- 256 to do Switch user as the default activity
- 1 to make Sign out as the default activity
- 16 to make Sleep as the default activity
- 64 to make Hibernate as the default activity.
Note: You can make Sleep and Hibernate accessible in Control Panel.
Remember that you can play out this method as an admin for each user of the framework. For making it accessible just to a user, it is finished by logging in as that user and applying the above method.
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2] Using Local Group Policy
You can use this method for a wide range of gatherings like all users, users aside from admin, and so forth. In any case, you should sign in as an administrator for using this method.
- Open Start menu and type edit group policy
- Click on the application to open it.
- On the left board, grow the Administrative Templates tree in the User Configuration area.
- Now select Start Menu and Taskbar.
- In the Setting window double tap on Change Start Menu power button.
- Click on Enabled and pick Shut Down from the dropdown list in the Options window.
- Click on Apply and afterward click on OK.
In these manners, you can undoubtedly change the ALt+F4 dialog box’s default activity.
Make a point to restart your framework for these changes to happen adequately.