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Welcome to the forum,

That link goes to a retired tutorial, I'm not sure why though.

I'll ask the author to have a look at your post.
 

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Hello DBag, and welcome to Eight Forums. :)

The tutorial was retired since the shortcut no longer worked.

Where did you get the link to the tutorial from? I'll see about getting it removed.
 

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DBag

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Brink, Derekimo-
Thanks for your responses!

The link I followed is on this page, in a post by Brink:

http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/5355-airplane-mode-turn-off-windows-8-a-4.html

Sad to hear this is no longer available. I've had my tablets for about 2 1/2 years now and mostly have their demons worked out, but a recurring irritation is finding the battery drained after a day in connected standby. My intent is to find a way to schedule airplane mode to engage on log off, then disengage on log in. With no internet connection, the battery lasts a far longer time in standby mode, but I often forget to do the 20 or so swipes and taps it takes to manually set airplane mode.

Any chance those scripts are still available somewhere?
 

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