The basic operating principle of the program consists of interception of the Windows system shutdown command and execution of operations determined by the user (program startups).
After completion of the program startups, a normal or accelerated shutdown is executed. The user can place in the "Start-> Programs->Shutdown Folder" any applications, batch files or symbolic links (shortcuts) to be launched during shutdown.
The program is modular and consists of two modules:
•Shutdown Folder Administrator - sets up or configures all options for all
shutdown-contingent applications, and permits manual starting/stopping of the
other module, the Shutdown Folder Service;
•Shutdown Folder Service - recognizes and intercepts the Windows shutdown command and launches the applications (or any executable files), specified by the user using the Shutdown Folder Administrator module. After intercepting and killing the Windows system shutdown command, HSLAB Shutdown Folder inspects a folder called the "Shutdown Folder" (this folder is installed by the program at first use in the "Start->Programs" menu, where there is a folder "StartUp") and attempts to launch the executable files found therein. The files can be launched all at once or sequentially (one by one). The program can wait for completion of the launched programs or close them without waiting for completion.
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