Sometimes I want to choose "Logout current user", but then I hit "Shutdown" by accident.
Nearly everywhere else Windows 7 is asking "do you really want to do this? Yes/No" - but that's not the case when I hit the "Shutdown" button. Windows 7 shuts down immediately without giving me the chance to correct my mistake.
So I am wondering - why does Windows shut down immediately without asking "really do that?" in this case?
Is there a way to change this behavior? For example, could I force Windows to display a dialog asking "Do you really want to shutdown?"?
I tried to change this behavior with the policy editor. It seems to be very easy to completely remove the Shutdown button from the Start menu, but I couldn't find an entry to turn on such a Yes/No dialog.