Create System Restart Shortcut Button On Windows Desktop

Would you like to restart your Windows computer without going start menu and select the option Restart in traditional way ? I am not talking about the keyboard shortcut but to create an icon which reboot your PC automatically. You can create system restart button and place it on desktop. When ever you need to reboot your computer, you can do it by simply using the custom button you have created. To create a custom restart shortcut button on your Windows desktop, follow the instructions provided below. The procedure is same for Windows 7 and  8.

Steps to Create Custom Restart Button On Windows Desktop
  1. Right Click On Desktop and select New
    reboot by icon

  2. Click Shortcut in the new menu
    design

  3. Here we can select the location where you want to point by the icon. Here you must type shutdown.exe -r -t 00
    place

    Click next to continue after entering the string.

  4. You must name the shortcut. Here I provide the name Restart for the newly created icon.
    naming

    By clicking finish button, a new shortcut button for restart will be displayed on desktop. Now onwards by simply using this icon, you can reboot your laptop

By simply creating a system restart shortcut button on your  desktop, you can simply reboot your computer by a nontraditional method. However, if your computer experience unexpected reboots, you must both check for the possible reasons for the event and fix it. To prevent unwanted restart on your computer, follow the instructions provided in the link below.
How to Disable Automatic System Reboot On PC Failure

The procedure to prevent unexpected reboot on a Windows computer is not a permanent solution for the issue. I recommend you to go for a thorough investigation and find the exact reason for the issue. Steps provided in the link below can help you to find the exact reason for the issue.
Reasons and Solution for Automatic Restarting Of Your Laptop

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