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Solved Update Restart


Britton30

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I don't know if this has been posted yet. There is an option to restart after updates. update.PNG
 

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And I like that :)
 

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This has been a much needed feature! Ever since the begginging of NT (I think???) there were no options to restart like this.
 

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i just did updates and now metro apps won't work
 

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i just did updates and now metro apps won't work
Are you sure it's only after updating?

If you disable UAC using the registry method (changing "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Cu rrentVersion\Policies\System" to 0), the Metro Apps cease to function.

Unfortunately, SetPoint fails to function properly once the registry setting is returned to its default "1".
 

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