Windows 10 - Program Manager preventing shutdown. Solutions?

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  1. Posts : 40
    Windows 7/8.1/10
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       #11

    What are you talking about?


    dalchina said:
    No response I can see to my post #2. Despite that I note:

    Why didn't you do a true clean install? (Tutorial available).

    And verify it's NOT a windows problem by then convincing yourself it doesn't happen- as it doesn't to pretty much anyone else from what I've seen.

    Then install one program, not a pile, and verify again. Proceed cautiously, checking each one.
    I know, some of you like to do things the hard way.

    But why on earth would I do that,? Waste my time, and torment myself by manually reinstalling Windows et including downloading the drivers; when I have the factory image from Lenovo which has been modified to contain Windows 10 Pro? Besides, it seems to me you not been paying attention. There are others who have the same issue as me. Just because you may not experience the same issue as me doesn't mean it's not a problem and your experience is universal. It's not a complex idiom. Then again, as covid has shown us, many often think one dimensionally.

    BTW. How many apps do you have on your PC? I don't feel I am not "piling" the apps on. The apps I mentioned are MUST have applications that I use. I let Windows do it's thing and update itself. Prior to this, I let Lenovo update my NVIDIA drivers. I then installed the applications one by one giving it some time with shutdowns. And like others have reported, the Program Manager error appears at random. But you don't care about that do you? Because you never seen that, right?

    Moving forward. I will wait until Windows 11 rolls out later this year or early 2022. My worst case scenario is I use my Acronis backup factory image of Windows 10 Home and install that in 2022 should there problems with Windows 11. Except for the browsers, I won't install any of the other applications for a short periof of time except for the Lenovo drivers which are downloaded and installed directly and automatically from Lenovo.
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 32,706
    Win 10 Pro (1903) (2nd PC is 21H1)
       #12

    Thank you for your reply.

    I thought you posted here in search of a solution.

    As you wish to argue against advice given, I must leave you with this as there's clearly no point trying further.

    Windows 11 might be delayed until early next year, and imposes a range of hardware requirements.
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