With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update back in 2017, a change occurred in how Windows handles open apps when it turns off. During a normal shutdown, Windows will "bookmark" open applications and then reopen them when you restart your computer. There are ways to turn off Windows that prevents it from happening.
To stop Windows from opening open open apps on boot
Before Fall Designer Update, the computer was closed in the same way it always had: Windows closed all open apps and after you started the system backed up, you must open them again. After the update, Windows tries to remember open apps and restart them when you start Windows.
Although this sounds like a seamless setting for the entire user experience, it may cause delays if you have left any resource-intensive Open apps, such as Photoshop or 3D rendering programs, which prioritize to restart before you can start opening other apps. These are some of the ways you can get around this feature if you want, which means you close Windows in a different way.
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Hold down the Shift key when turning off
You can perform the old style by pressing and holding down the Shift key on the keyboard when you click the "Exit" command. This works from the Start menu, the power options on the login screen or through the security screen after pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete.
On the Start menu, first click the power button. Then hold down Shift while clicking the "Exit" command.
All programs are turned off and Windows will close immediately.
Use Classic Shut Down Dialog
The Shut Down Windows dialog has been around since the first days of Windows. In order to use it, you must be on the desktop. You can get there quickly by turning Windows + D or by clicking the Show Desktop button to the right of the taskbar.
Next, press Alt + F4 to open the dialog. Select "Shut Down" from the drop-down menu and then click "OK."
Windows will force to close all programs and turn off the computer.
Use Shutdown.exe via command prompt
There is also a command prompt command that performs a complete shutdown. You can write the command to the command prompt or PowerShell, but it's even better to use the shortcut creation command. Then you can double-click the shortcut at any time to turn off windows. Here's the command to use:
Shutdown / s / f / t 0
In this command, the / s switch triggers a shutdown, and the / f switch forces to run programs to close without warning and / The switch sets in a time-out period (the reset reset sets the time-out as zero seconds).
Here is the command of command prompt:
 And if you want to use the command in a shortcut, connect it to the location bar in the Create Shortcut Wizard.
That's it. These are the best ways to prevent Windows from resuming all the latest programs that were open when you chose to turn off. Another option not mentioned would be to manually close all windows and programs in the taskbar, but it has no time to do.
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