Windows 10: Update and Shut down / Update and Restart
Update and Shut down / Update and Restart
Sometimes after installing maintenance and performing a Restart, the Power options say (Update and Shut down" and "Update and Restart". Windows does not have another Restart scheduled at that point, but the few times I've seen that I decided I'd better do a restart just in case the maintenance needed a 2nd restart. In the 2 times I've paid attention, the shutdown the restart took a very long time (on the Hello screen) - much longer that usual. And the most recent tile I saw this (about 30 minutes ago) the power options still had the "Update and..." label. I have not restarted the PC a 3rd time so I don't know if startup will take a long time again. Anybody know what's going on when this happens?
Before the recent update, in windows update “Advanced Options” screen, I selected “Notify to schedule restart” so my PC will not restart by itself after an update, as mentioned in this article How to Schedule Restarts for Updates in Windows 10
I've upgraded to the Anniversary version 1607 Build 14393.51 and nothing will shut Edge down other than stopping the task in Task Manager. Has anyone else come across this? I can at least minimise it.
Having MAJOR issues with my custom build desktop. Was running fine for a few days. No malware, AV, or sketchy software, only using Windows Defender. Issues started, were fixed, and are back full flight again. This is my gaming rig.
Here is my...
Updates are available.
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A restart has been scheduled.
Upon restart I am still on 10240 and the update will reappear in Windows Update and tell me to restart again
I am on W10 Pro 10240, not activated but...
I noticed the last couple of days I had an update ready (KB3081424), it needed a restart to finalize this update. Both days I had to many applications open and thought by myself it will update when I shut down the computer when I go the...