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Reason Apr 04, 2011, 07:54pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: May 13, 2011, 10:00pm EDT

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Leaving my rant because it's a problem that never should have existed. To fix it, copy the following into a text doc and save as [NAME].reg (all file types):

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop]
"AutoEndTasks"="1"


original rant follows, stop reading here if you are offended by gratuitous cursing.













holy f**kings**t this f**king prompt makes me rage so f**king hard god dammits**tcockdickassgoatwiper f**k

So my computer was just left on for an entire weekend when I wasn't home because of this goddamned f**king prompt that for some reason is there. I come home and it's asking me if I want to force close a few programs that were still open (Karen's Replicator, Firefox 4, and Skype FWIW). YES YOU f**kING RETARDED OS THAT'S WHY I CLICKED SHUT THE f**k DOWN WHY WOULD I CLICK SHUT DOWN IF I WANTED TO LEAVE MY GODDAMNED WINDOWS OPEN?

so some googling returns some retards on a yahoo forum advising another user that the way they want to use their own f**king computer is wrong, and on sevenforums there is a registry file that I don't trust that apparently "speeds up" the shutdown. I only want to "speed up" the shutdown insofar as I want the f**king thing to do as I f**king tell it JAYSUS CROIST. or i can create a shortcut that does what the goddamned shutdown button SHOULD do.

/rant

Win 7 Home Premium x64. Anyone got a fix?


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