Why we go to start button for shutting down our pc?
for shutting down our pc first we go for start button and than select to shut down why?
I don't do that at all. I start cancelling or right-clicking on each program open and then click on the various buttons on the screen to close down. I use my start button only for starting up my PC.
Just an aside: If there happens to be really strong thunderstorm activity nearby I switch off and unplug the power supply from the wall socket. It is possible to have a surge through your house wiring knock out your computer to the point where it is completely useless. You're probably safe if you've got a power-surge trip-switch fitted (most homes do today) but if you don't- unplug!.
i do that so that window program doesn't corrupt. If you press the big button on the pc, it will lost the data.
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