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To make a batch file wait for a number of seconds thereare several options available:

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Note:Click a script file name to expand and view its source code; click the file name again, or the expanded source code, to hide the source code again.
To view the source code on its own, right-click the file name and choose Open or Open in separate tab or window.


The most obvious way to pause a batch file is of course the PAUSE command.This will stop execution of the batch file until someone presses 'any key'.Well, almost any key: Ctrl, Shift, NumLock etc. won't work.
This is fine for interactive use, but sometimes we just want to delay the batch file for a fixed number of seconds, without user interaction.


SLEEP was included in some of the Windows Resource Kits.
It waits for the specified number of seconds and then exits.

will delay execution of the next command by 10 seconds.

There are lots of SLEEP clones available, including the ones mentioned in the UNIX Ports paragraph at the end of this page.


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TIMEOUT was included in some of the Windows Resource Kits, but is a standard command as of Windows 7.
It waits for the specified number of seconds or a keypress, and then exits.
So, unlike SLEEP, TIMEOUT's delay can be 'bypassed' by pressing a key.

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will delay execution of the next command by 10 seconds, or until a key is pressed, whichever is shorter.

You may not always want to abort the delay with a simple key press, in which case you can use TIMEOUT's optional /NOBREAK switch:

You can still abort the delay, but this requires Ctrl+C instead of just any key, and will raise an ErrorLevel 1.

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For any MS-DOS or Windows version with a TCP/IP client, PING can be used to delay execution for a number of seconds.

will delay execution of the next command for (a little over) 5 seconds seconds (default interval between pings is 1 second, the last ping will add only a minimal number of milliseconds to the delay).
So always specify the number of seconds + 1 for the delay.

The PING time-out technique is demonstrated in the following examples:

PMSleep.bat for Windows NT

PMSlpW9x.bat for Windows 95/98


NETSH may seem an unlikely choice to generate delays, but it is actually much like using PING:

will ping localhost, which takes about 5 seconds — hence a 5 seconds delay.

NETSH is native in Windows XP Professional and later versions.
Unfortunately however, this trick will only work in Windows XP/Server 2003.


will add a 10 seconds delay.
By using REM before the CHOICE command, the standard input to CHOICE is blocked, so the only 'way out' for CHOICE is the time-out specified by the /T parameter.
The idea was borrowed from Laurence Soucy, I added the /C parameter to make it language independent (the simpler REM CHOICE /T:N,10 >NUL will work in many but not all languages).

The CHOICE delay technique is demonstrated in the following example, Wait.bat:

Note:The line IF ERRORLEVEL 255 ECHO Invalid parameter ends with an 'invisible' BELL character, which is ASCII character 7 (beep) or ^G (Ctrl+G).


For longer delay times especially, it would be nice to let the user know what time is left.
That is why I wrote CountDown.exe (in C#): it will count down showing the number of seconds left.
Pressing any key will skip the remainder of the count down, allowing the batch file to continue with the next command.

You may append the counter output to a custom text, like this (@ECHO OFF required):


SystemTrayMessage.exe is a program I wrote to display a tooltip message in the system tray's notification area.
By default it starts displaying a tooltip which will be visible for 10 seconds (or any timeout specified), but the program will terminate immediately after starting the tooltip.The icon will remain in the notification area after the timeout elapsed, until the mouse pointer hovers over it.
By using its optional /W switch, the program will wait for the timeout to elapse and then hide the icon before terminating.

Display a tooltip message for 60 seconds while continuing immediately:

Display a tooltip message and wait for 60 seconds:

Or more sophisticated (requires CountDown.exe too):

Non-DOS Scripting

In PowerShell you can use Start-Sleep when you need a time delay.
The delay can be specified either in seconds (default) or in milliseconds.

The following batch code uses PowerShell to generate a delay:


Or if you want to allow fractions of seconds:

Note that starting PowerShell.exe in a batch file may add an extra second to the specified delay.

Use the SysSleep function whenever you need a time delay in Rexx scripts.
SysSleep is available in OS/2's (native) RexxUtil module and in Patrick McPhee's RegUtil module for 32-bits Windows.

Use the Sleep command for time delays in KiXtart scripts.

Php Wait

Use WScript.Sleep, followed by the delay in milliseconds in VBScript and JScript (unfortunately, this method is not available in HTAs).

The following batch code uses a temporary VBScript file to generate an accurate delay:

Or if you want to allow the user to skip the delay:

UNIX Ports

Compiled versions of SLEEP are also available in these Unix ports:

  • CoreUtils for Windows
    A collection of basic file, shell and text manipulation utilities
  • GNU utilities for Win32
    Some ports of common GNU utilities to native Win32.
    In this context, native means the executables only depend on the Microsoft C-runtime (msvcrt.dll) and not an emulation layer like that provided by Cygwin tools.

Php Wait Time

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