Windows 10 update has been around for years and there is no sign that Microsoft will stop their regular improvement over the customer. The update has always introduced new features along with repairment and bug fixes. Among other things, users reported that they facing a new problem after updating the system. Some of them say the PC keeps restarting though it originally supposed to be shut down. The problem occurs over and over again thus creating sort of shutdown-loop that has no end. If you ever experienced this issue, you are not alone.
I can say there is no ‘perfect’ update from Microsoft. After the major update, several minor updates will follow in order to fix bugs or patching. In fact, the company has been employed Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the smoother update process. Sure, the customer services hotline still rang asking for help.
Nevertheless, you can fix some problem by yourself instead of hiring technician. Now, check out How to Fix Windows 10 Keep Restarting when Shutdown.
How to Fix Windows 10 Keep Restarting When Shutdown
Run the Start Menu and find Choose a power plan.
On the left bar, click the Choose what the power buttons do.
Now, click the Change settings that are currently unavailable.
Remove the checkbox of Turn on fast startup (recommended) and click Save Changes.
So, that’s a guide about How to Fix Windows 10 Keep Restarting when Shutdown.
After new setting has applied, your PC will shut down instead of restarting that occurred previously. However, I think you may need to know why this problem happens and how to prevent it in the future.
Why the PC always restarting instead of shutting down?
The guide I’ve shown you before is actually turning off the Fast Startup feature. The problem might be caused by incompatible PC/laptop with the Fast Startup configuration. In the most case, notebook and laptop are always the victims while rarely happens on the desktop computer. Bug on Windows 10 Update also responsible for the error.
Hence, please look up some news about latest Windows 10 update before installing the update. News sites usually provide clear insight into what will happen after the update has installed, the features and even the potential glitch that coming. Then you can choose whether to conduct an update anyway or waiting until Microsoft released a flawless update.
Moreover, hardware driver that doesn’t fit with Windows 10 can interfere shut down/restart progress. Make sure the driver is always up to date to prevent failures like that.
If you have any problem related to this issue, I’m always ready to replying back to your comment!