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       27 Oct 2017 #151

    Bree said: View Post
    No @Win7ine, it doesn't. What it uses is a function that's been in Windows since Vista and previously only available to users via the command prompt: shutdown /g or shutdown /sg

    The Start menu's power button now uses these types or shutdowns instead of the /s or /r that it used before.

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    Thanks for the clarification @Bree. Let's hope there will be a configurable choice soon without having to dig into the registry ...
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       27 Oct 2017 #152

    Hey everyone. :)

    I'm working on a Shut down context menu to help make it easier to workaround this new shut down behavior. Please take a look at it, and make any suggestions you may have for the context menu. Once everyone is happy with it, I'll create a new tutorial for it and another for restart.

    For example: position (top, middle, bottom), wording, or different commands

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  3.    27 Oct 2017 #153

    Jesse Williams said: View Post
    Other than that beep, itís a perfectly working computer.
    Couldn't be the battery on the motherboard needing for a refresh? If BIOS finds CMOS and date reset this could be typical behaviour. This argument in case sometime before you remeber it DIDN'T happen to the same machine.
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       27 Oct 2017 #154

    Macco26 said: View Post
    Couldn't be the battery on the motherboard needing for a refresh? If BIOS finds CMOS and date reset this could be typical behaviour. This argument in case sometime before you remeber it DIDN'T happen to the same machine.
    We took the CMOS out and put it back in, but that didnít fix the beeping.
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       27 Oct 2017 #155

    Brink said: View Post
    I'm working on a Shut down context menu to help make it easier to workaround this new shut down behaviour...
    Looks like a useful addition. A workaround is a better approach than a registry hack for the Start Menu Power button behaviour. Such a 'fix' (if one could be found) may get in the way of further changes (or a return to 'the old ways') that MS may make (I'm sure they're getting a lot of feedback on this :))
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    Win10 x64 Pro -2 desktops, 1 laptop
       27 Oct 2017 #156

    Brink said: View Post
    Hey everyone. :) I'm working on a Shut down context menu to help make it easier to workaround this new shut down behavior. Please take a look at it, and make any suggestions you may have for the context menu. Once everyone is happy with it, I'll create a new tutorial for it and another for restart.
    Looks like it would be very useful even if Microsoft makes this "enhancement" optional.

    Has anybody determined if this new behavior is the same for both local and Microsoft accounts? If that has already been addressed in this (long) thread I missed it. I would love to hear it applies only to Microsoft accounts.
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       27 Oct 2017 #157

    pokeefe0001 said: View Post
    Looks like it would be very useful even if Microsoft makes this "enhancement" optional.

    Has anybody determined if this new behavior is the same for both local and Microsoft accounts? If that has already been addressed in this (long) thread I missed it. I would love to hear it applies only to Microsoft accounts.
    I can confirm that it's a global setting applied to all accounts.
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       27 Oct 2017 #158
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  9. Jesse Williams's Avatar
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       27 Oct 2017 #159

    @Brink, do you think this would help the beeping at startup on my momís PC? The problem is that the computer is used to shutting down right away at when the sign out button and shutdown button is pushed. Now, with the new update, Microsoft has added Shutting Down and Please Wait screens at shutdown and startup.
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       27 Oct 2017 #160

    Hello @Jesse Williams, :)

    As a test, you could create a shortcut using the command below to force Windows to close all apps and shutdown immediately when used to see how it works for you.

    shutdown /s /f /t 0
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