On how to create a shortcut for Windows scheduled task, see https://techdirectarchive.com/2020/03/29/how-to-create-a-shortcut-to-the-scheduled-task/
If you ever feel the need to switch user account and do not want to use the Alt+F4, Cntl + Alt + Del, Start Menu etc.,
With Fast user switching, you can switch between user accounts with having to sign out as well. Here are the steps to have the built-in Session Disconnection Utility or tsdiscon.exe run on your desktop.
Locate the C:\Windows\System32\ folder
This file is referred to as the Session Disconnection Utility. This process disconnects the current session, and can be used to create a shortcut to switch users.
Next, create a desktop shortcut as shown below
- Right-click on the desktop
- Click on New
- Click on Shortcut
Browse to the location or copy and paste
- Click on Ok
- Click on next as shown below
Give it a suitable name, here I will give it “Fast user switching”
- Click on finish to complete it
This will now be available on the desktop as shown below
When you double click on this desktop icon, this will automatically prompt a sign-in (login screen) window as shown below.
See how to change a desktop icon shortcut in Windows 10 https://techdirectarchive.com/2020/03/14/how-to-change-a-desktop-icon-shortcut-in-windows-10/
See the following link on how to create a Desktop shortcut in Windows https://techdirectarchive.com/2020/03/08/how-to-create-a-shortcut-in-windows/