Instead, Windows designed several shutdown options in order to create a more convenient experience for users depending on their needs.
Computer always updating shutdown
I have used PCs for many years with Windows 95, 98, 2000 & XP (missed out Vista) and had great hopes when I bought a new laptop with Windows 7.
I like everything about it except when it comes to shutting down.
Seven times out of ten it gets stuck into a loop and I have to eventually just switch the machine off.
On switching it back on I have to select 'Start Windows normally'. The vendor told me nothing was wrong and gave me some bull about Windows 7 having to learn more about how I used the system! Peter Gould, by email Well done for smelling a rat, or should that be a bull; and no, there are no specific shutdown issues associated with W7.
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