Windows 10: Shut down options after updates Solved

  1.    19 Oct 2017 #1

    Shut down options after updates

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    I went to shut down my PC last night, after I have downloaded updates via Windows Update, and the shutdown menu came up with both Shutdown and Update and Shutdown. When I shut it down that night, I just clicked shutdown, but it is still here now. I don't want to click it for fear that it could lead to a problem. Do I have anything to worry about if I click Update and shutdown? Should I click update and shutdown?
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    Mac OS Sierra
       19 Oct 2017 #2

    It is going to update the machine at some point. Keep a backup before applying major changes.
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