Introduction: Make


Step 1: Conclusion

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csmithy1 made it! (author)2014-03-22

hhhhhhh

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nisoe made it! (author)2011-08-07

thanks

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NostalgicStone made it! (author)2010-05-11

 Lol this is hilarious!

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jjam100 made it! (author)2009-08-21

THANKS SO MUCH FOR THIS

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mlgreendayfan made it! (author)2008-04-12

is there anyway to do that using windows live for all us vista users?

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sweeet_2012 made it! (author)sweeet_20122008-04-13

nope, windows live identifies it as a virus, and won't send.

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conrad2468 made it! (author)conrad24682008-09-03

i know it freakin sucks...i have a mac...THEY SUCK!....my whole family has VISTAS....THEY SUCK!....so i have to go to my aunt and borrow her xp.......theres nothing like good ole windows xp!

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Madrias357 made it! (author)Madrias3572009-05-22

Agreed. WinXP (my pet name for it) is the best they've made so far. Haven't tried the Windows 7 beta, but that's cause I'm out of hard drives.

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qwertyzzz18 made it! (author)qwertyzzz182009-05-31

Win7 Is Awesome!

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conrad2468 made it! (author)conrad24682009-05-31

pardon my lack of OS knowledge but win7 is after vista?

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Madrias357 made it! (author)Madrias3572009-06-01

Yep. Currently in beta version, but it is after Vista.

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conrad2468 made it! (author)conrad24682009-06-01

any bugs? if there are REPORT ALL OF THEM! i wouldnt mind an OS with not as many bugs as vista....maybe a little less sucky too....

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Madrias357 made it! (author)Madrias3572009-06-03

I don't currently use it: no spare hard disks. Though, from what I've heard, there's quite a few less bugs and it works pretty good. Also heard that all your Vista Gadgets will still work.

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conrad2468 made it! (author)conrad24682009-06-03

I never liked those....they seemed pretty useless....

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poopmypants made it! (author)2009-02-17

will it really shut the computer down?

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Gossoon made it! (author)Gossoon2009-02-20

yup aslong as u follow the instrucions correctly

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thermoelectric made it! (author)2008-05-16

hi bob

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Nate3 made it! (author)2008-04-24

CLICK HERE!-EASIER WAY!-

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BrianKT made it! (author)BrianKT2008-04-24

You have to be on the same network to do that.

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cavingboy92 made it! (author)2008-04-05

the problem that I have is that it just shuts down and the messege and the timer don't work.

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Chief2091 made it! (author)2008-03-28

Ok, do you have to have windows vista for this or what? Because outlook doesn't have an option for 'start an application' thing on it, or at least mine dont. Any help?

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BrianKT made it! (author)BrianKT2008-03-28

What version of Office are you using? It might be a 2007 only thing. I don't have a Office 2003 computer in my hands right now.

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smithy813 made it! (author)2008-03-28

very nice, would it work with thunder bird? I think i am going to try it, it is not the text in the message that shuts it down right? just the name of the file. dose it matter what program you use to write the file? thats a lot of stuff, but thanks

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zachninme made it! (author)zachninme2008-03-28

I'm pretty sure thunderbird lets you do that.

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BrianKT made it! (author)BrianKT2008-03-28

The way it works is you setup an alert. When it sees a certain keyword/phrase it launches the program. So it runs the shutdown process. You have to use Notepad to edit the file. Let me get back to you about Thunderbird. I need to research that.

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BrianKT made it! (author)BrianKT2008-03-28

If your coworker uses Thunderbird, then no. Sorry. There may be an extension out there, though. Thunderbird has filters, but can't run an application.