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Windows 8.1 Build 9600 RTM this takes a long time to shutdown


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Anyone know help me? Windows 8.1 this takes a long time to shutdown, what can be? Sorry for the english.

More details , please .

- PC configuration .

- Is it a clean instal , or an upgrade installed over a previous OS ?

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battllegrounds
More details , please .

- PC configuration .

- Is it a clean instal , or an upgrade installed over a previous OS ?

Processor: Core i7

RAM: 8 GB

Nvidia 425M

Clean Install.

I noticed the following situation, if I turn off the Win + C> Settings> Shutdown, takes forever, but if I switch off by Win + X> Shutdown, ae off fast.

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The PC config. is good , so there is another problem , most likely software ... What other programs do you have in that PC ?

Previously (I presume you had another OS installed) , did you noticed similar problems ?

I have Windows 8.1 installed on a very old PC (Pentium 4 HT, 2GB) and it`s closing in less than 7 sec...

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I'm having exactly the same issue as you described and I ran the command you said and the shutdown screen just keeps running but doesn't shutdown.

Then I uninstall Cisco VPN v5, both shutdown options work as expected. I wonder if you have software installed that's not compatible with windows 8.1.

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