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How to Turn Off Screen Display using Shortcut on Windows

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Many of the people who use Windows OS turn their screen off by simply switching off the monitor for a desktop. But most of them are not aware of how to turn off the screen by simply clicking on one icon. This is very simple as clicking lock screen power button of an Android or IOS or Windows Device. By using this Turn Off Screen Shortcut, our work becomes much reduced. Though this is not a big issue, in the long run, this technique will help you in many ways like reducing the time, Completing Tasks easily and much more. With a Single click on the icon with a mouse, you can Turn Off Screen.

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First of all, you will need to a tiny and multi-purpose utility called as Nircmd. This tiny utility will be around 100kb in Size which can do amazing tasks. For a complete list of tasks this utility is capable of, take a look at its download page at nirsoft. All you need to do is to extract the contents of the downloaded file and save it in a folder, most preferably in the OS drive.

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Once you have with doing that, simply follow the instructions below.

 Step 1: Create a Shortcut

Right-click anywhere on the desktop and select New > Shortcut.

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Step 2: Assign Shortcut for nircmd.exe file

Now click on browse and navigate to the location where you had saved the nircmd.exe file and select it.

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Step 3: Edit the argument

Add quotes to the beginning and the end of the path and then add the following argument :

cmdwait 1000 monitor off

Here’s how the final argument should look.

“C:\path-to\nircmd.exe” cmdwait 1000 monitor off

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Step 4: Enter Name for Shortcut

Click on next and enter a name for the shortcut. Finally, click on finish to create the shortcut.

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That’s it, You are done. Just click on the Icon and you can see the Screen Turning off.

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Any problems with working will be solved. Post your comments below, we may help you!

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