As you probably noticed, whenever a new update is released and downloaded to your Windows 10 computer, the operating system replaces the Restart and Shutdown button with Update and Restart and Update and Stop. Most likely, this was done in order not to miss the update.
However, some users have found that sometimes these buttons still display the same message even after the necessary operations have already been performed, such as: B. Shut down or restart the computer. Similar cases occur when an update was installed incorrectly or failed. Because of this, your computer will prompt you to update and shut down every time. Follow the options below to resolve this dilemma.
Restart the file manager
Restarting Windows Explorer can solve many problems, especially if there is a problem with the user interface.
- Right-click on the right side of the taskbar.
- Click Task Manager.
- Scroll down to Windows Explorer.
- Right-click on Windows Explorer.
- Click on reboot.
- When you have killed him, press Win + R and press Enter after entering Explore.exe.
Run the Windows Update Troubleshooter
The Windows Update Troubleshooter is an extremely convenient way to automatically detect and resolve problems with Windows 10 updates. However, it is not included with the operating system. Therefore, you need to download the program from the official Microsoft website. And don’t worry, it weighs just under a megabyte.
- Be sure to download the Windows 10 version of the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
- Once downloaded, simply run the Windows Update troubleshooter – no installation required – and click Next.
- The program should now go through several steps and scan your computer for problems.
- If nothing is found, you must grant administrator rights so the troubleshooter can check for additional problems.
- Once the Windows Update troubleshooter detects a problem with your updates, all you have to do is click Apply this update and let the troubleshooter fix the problems automatically.
- Did you get rid of the stuck update and shutdown option? If not, let’s try something else.
Set the power switch to OFF
Change the Power Switch function. Open Control Panel> Power Options and select the functions of the Power Button on the left side. Set the Power Switch when I press the Power Switch to turn it off.
This should turn off the computer to install updates. This is of course a temporary measure.
Immediate shutdown without updating
If you want to shut down your computer without asking questions, type shutdown -s -f -t 0 in the Run line and press Enter. You can also try pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del and select Shutdown from the menu in the lower right corner.
Run the Windows Module Installer
The Windows Module Installer is a built-in Windows 10 service. Fixed fixed Windows updates.
- Open a command line with administrator rights.
- Type in the following and press Enter:
- Run the trusted SC config = auto installer.
After successful execution, the [SC] ChangeServiceConfig SUCCESS should be displayed when the query is displayed.
- Exit and check if the buttons are back to normal.
Enter your initial status
If a third-party service has issues with the Windows Update Center, you can perform a clean reboot. You will need to disable all third-party applications and services that run when you start Windows 10 and only run Microsoft services. When you go into a clean boot state, click the “Refresh” button and turn it off.
Reset Windows Update Center
Finally, you can try resetting the Windows Update Center client using this official tool. There is no retrospective frame and the downloaded updates are not removed from your PC. Instead, it does:
- Configure the registry services and partitions associated with the Windows Update Center to default.
- Clear the files associated with the Windows Update Center in addition to the data associated with BITS.
- If you’re not happy with this, you can always manually reset the Windows Update Center components.
Hopefully this annoying update and shutdown option is gone forever. While it is easy to ignore it, this extra step does ensure the overall security and stability of your computer.