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  1.    18 Oct 2017 #1
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    Fast Shutdown


    Ever since I updated my computers to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, my computers are not shutting down in fast shutdown mode. Can I turn the feature back on or is this a bug until Microsoft can update the OS with a fix?

    All of my computers have the UEFI BIOS. So, they should shut down like they always have.
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  2.    19 Oct 2017 #2
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    Use the batch script see it will speed up shutdown time.
    Fast Shutdown Attached Files
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  3.    19 Oct 2017 #3
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    I fixed it by changing the power setting to High Performance, rebooting, and then changing the power setting back to the defaults.
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  4.    19 Oct 2017 #4
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    We are glad to hear your issue has been resolved, thank you for letting us know that all is now well!
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  5.    19 Oct 2017 #5
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    Amongst all of this going on, I got a new phone. My family and I were all due for an upgrade with Verizon. I upgraded from an iPhone 5s to a 6s. My sister upgraded from a 5s to a 7 Plus. My mom upgraded from a Motorola DROID MAXX 2 to a Samsung Galaxy S7.
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  6.    4 Weeks Ago #6
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    Okay. So, the issue has returned. What’s happening is when I go to log off at night and shut down, the computer has an extra screen that says “Shutting Down” and it will eventually go off. When I go to start it up, it says “Please Wait”, and then it will eventually return to the Lock screen. It acts as if the profile is loading slower in the Fall Creators Update than the previous update. Can someone help me with this issue? It used to not have an extra screen when shutting down or starting up. It would go directly to the lock screen or would directly shut down.
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  7.    4 Weeks Ago #7
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    Anyone know how to fix this issue?
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  8.    4 Weeks Ago #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse Williams View Post
    It used to not have an extra screen when shutting down or starting up. It would go directly to the lock screen or would directly shut down.
    You may not have noticed, but the behaviour of Shut Down and Restart have been changed for the Fall Creators Update. If you shut down or restart while apps are still open, those that are capable of being restarted will reopen on the next boot. It's one of the least publicised new features and has caused much head-scratching until we got to the bottom of it.
    on a restart Fall Creators Update reopens apps from before

    Apparently this is 'for our own good'...
    Quote Originally Posted by Jen Gentleman
    The change was a design change to make that experience more mainstream, so everyone can benefit from it
    6:18 am - 19 Oct 2017
    https://twitter.com/JenMsft/status/921002512739532801

    I too see the extra screens now, but for me they don't last too long. Presumably they are shown while the data necessary for restarting the apps is being saved/reloaded. Not all apps can be restarted, Notepad and Edge can't, Wordpad and IE can.

    There are two way to shut down the 'old' way without restarting apps. Alt-F4 on the desktop still shuts down the old way. Shortcuts using the shutdown command can also be used. My preferred method is the shortcuts, putting them in a folder means I can have a toolbar on my taskbar for quick access. I use shutdown /p to shut down, it should shut down using Fast Startup if you have it turned on (I prefer it turned off).




    Shut Down Computer in Windows 10

    Edit: Comparing the old and new styles of shut down, I still see the 'please wait...' screen on boot after an 'old style' shut down, but its there for a much shorter time. It seems to replace what was just a black screen with just a mouse cursor that I saw in previous versions. I always wondered if it was ever going to start when I saw that, perhaps the circling dots are there to reassure us that it's still working
    Last edited by Bree; 4 Weeks Ago at 23:53.
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  9.    4 Weeks Ago #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bree View Post
    You may not have noticed, but the behaviour of Shut Down and Restart have been changed for the Fall Creators Update. If you shut down or restart while apps are still open, those that are capable of being restarted will reopen on the next boot. It's one of the least publicised new features and has caused much head-scratching until we got to the bottom of it.
    on a restart Fall Creators Update reopens apps from before

    Apparently this is 'for our own good'...
    https://twitter.com/JenMsft/status/921002512739532801

    I too see the extra screens now, but for me they don't last too long. Presumably they are shown while the data necessary for restarting the apps is being saved/reloaded. Not all apps can be restarted, Notepad and Edge can't, Wordpad and IE can.

    There are two way to shut down the 'old' way without restarting apps. Alt-F4 on the desktop still shuts down the old way. Shortcuts using the shutdown command can also be used. My preferred method is the shortcuts, putting them in a folder means I can have a toolbar on my taskbar for quick access. I use shutdown /p to shut down, it should shut down using Fast Startup if you have it turned on (I prefer it turned off).




    Shut Down Computer in Windows 10

    Edit: Comparing the old and new styles of shut down, I still see the 'please wait...' screen on boot after an 'old style' shut down, but its there for a much shorter time. It seems to replace what was just a black screen with just a mouse cursor that I saw in previous versions. I always wondered if it was ever going to start when I saw that, perhaps the circling dots are there to reassure us that it's still working
    Thank you Bree! I too, will probably find the shortcut commands more convenient.
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  10.    4 Weeks Ago #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bree View Post
    You may not have noticed, but the behaviour of Shut Down and Restart have been changed for the Fall Creators Update. If you shut down or restart while apps are still open, those that are capable of being restarted will reopen on the next boot. It's one of the least publicised new features and has caused much head-scratching until we got to the bottom of it.
    on a restart Fall Creators Update reopens apps from before

    Apparently this is 'for our own good'...
    https://twitter.com/JenMsft/status/921002512739532801

    I too see the extra screens now, but for me they don't last too long. Presumably they are shown while the data necessary for restarting the apps is being saved/reloaded. Not all apps can be restarted, Notepad and Edge can't, Wordpad and IE can.

    There are two way to shut down the 'old' way without restarting apps. Alt-F4 on the desktop still shuts down the old way. Shortcuts using the shutdown command can also be used. My preferred method is the shortcuts, putting them in a folder means I can have a toolbar on my taskbar for quick access. I use shutdown /p to shut down, it should shut down using Fast Startup if you have it turned on (I prefer it turned off).




    Shut Down Computer in Windows 10

    Edit: Comparing the old and new styles of shut down, I still see the 'please wait...' screen on boot after an 'old style' shut down, but its there for a much shorter time. It seems to replace what was just a black screen with just a mouse cursor that I saw in previous versions. I always wondered if it was ever going to start when I saw that, perhaps the circling dots are there to reassure us that it's still working
    Bree, what command did you use for yours? I am asking because my mom's desktop acts as if it is being restarted after it shuts down and powered back up, after the update.
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