The function of the button is both to "on/start" and "off" of the computer. Am I right?
I can't tell if you're being serious of if this is an attempt at irony. So I'll straddle the line and say; To start shutting down.
i hope that next years the pc can understand me. Tun on...he turn on....turn off...he turn off.
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