My computer is not shutting down when I click on Shutdown
Question: My computer is not shutting down when I click on ShutdownMY COMPUTER IS NOT SHUTTING DOWN WHEN I CLICK STUT DOWN , I JUST POWERING IT OFF
Solutions to Error: My computer is not shutting down when I click on Shutdownrameshlalla
How exactly are you attempting to shutdown the computer?
Pressing the Power button? Clicking on Start and then
Check the Power Options settings in Control Panel
Select System and Security
Select Power Options
Select the Current Power Plan and Change plan settings
Select Change advanced power settings
Expand Power buttons and Lid
Select the desired options for what the Power Button does and If PC is a Laptop what
closing the lid does.
Shut down the programs which are running in the background - My computer is not shutting down when I click on Shutdown
Part of the reason why old PC take so long to start and various errors is because of all the programs you've installed. Reducing the number of applications which start-up when Windows boots enables you to get to the desktop faster and increases the memory available.
At the right side of the taskbar, click the arrow to display the notification icons. Each is a program that loads with Windows. Some are essential - antivirus software for example - but others may not be. Right click each one and if there is a Settings menu, select it and turn off the option to start automatically with Windows. Some programs, such as Google Drive, can be manually started when they are needed instead of running all the time.
Reinstall your Operating System
The ultimate solution for error: My computer is not shutting down when I click on Shutdown is to reinstall Windows. This removes all unwanted program that is causing problems, removes adware and other malware, clears out junk files and so on.
A Windows disc is needed for old versions of Windows, but Windows 8 has a built in Refresh option that makes the job easy. Bring up the Charms bar on the right side of the screen and click Settings, Change PC settings. Click Update and recovery, then Recovery. Under Refresh your PC without affecting your files, click Get started.
Personal files - photos, music and documents - are kept, so it isn't a complete refresh, but it's may be enough for most people. A more powerful option is Remove everything and reinstall Windows. Copy files you want to keep to a USB disk before starting though.