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    If you're looking for a more interactive way to power off your PC, use this guide to add Slide to shut down to touch and non-touch screen devices on Windows 10.

    Shutting down and powering on your computer are perhaps some of the easiest tasks you can do on Windows 10. Back on Windows 8, Microsoft also included a new interactive way to power off your device with the "Slide to shut down your PC" gesture. That feature exists on Windows 10, but it's typically only enabled on tablets and Windows 10 Mobile devices when you press and hold the power button.
    If you want to get the same shutdown experience on your laptop or desktop, you can quickly create a shortcut with the proper command to enable "Slide to shut down your PC" on Windows 10, even on non-touch screen devices.

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    12-15-2016 02:11 PM

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