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Solved Proper Shutdown? hold "Shift"


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#1
Hi,

I've just read about Holding "Shift" while pressing Shutdown in windows 8.1

What is the difference when I do, and do not hold shift with shutdown?

and why would I ever want to not "fully" shutdown with shift pressed?

thanks.
 

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Atomcrusher

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#3
Hi,

very good info AtomCrusher,

now does this mean my hiberboot is disabled? I do not see the "fast boot" in my control power settings .. and i looked at this in the registry..

hiberboot.JPG
 

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#4
Select Power Options and then on the left side select "Choose What the Power buttons Do" and the next screen has the Fast Startup option.

Jim :cool:
 

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#5
Yes, mine is not listed there so I must have it disabled.. which, I want it disabled so It appears all is correct

hibernate.JPG
 

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