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How to shutdown win2000 with one click

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How can I create a shortcut in my quick launch bar to shtdown win 2000 with one click as I can in win98 and not to go start/shutdown/shutdown/ok?
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Ah. well.  Another fine set of programs ground under the heal of progress.  I have been using a trio of free programs on Windows 95 known as rsutdown. restart, and reboot for some time to preform this service.  On win 2000 they only give you the login prompt again.  Also I have no idea who wrote them.
Burt never fear.  The good fokes at winfiles.cnet.com have just what you and I need for a replacement.  Search for Milan Sys+.  If you place it in your startup folder, it will appear in the system tray.  One word of caution.  When making changes use the apply button, not the OK button.  Than may have been only a glitch, but it is worth knowing when trying out new software.
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