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Jun 28, 2019

Here's why your Windows 10 computer takes a long time to shut down

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Due to USB-C errors in version 1809.

Due to USB-C errors in version 1809.

Microsoft confirms that an error with the USB software can cause a large lag in the time that elapses from turning off the computer until it is actually turned off. The error is in Windows 10 with the October 2018 update (1809).

Due to USB software
Specifically, the error related to Microsoft is the implementation of a special type of software for USB-C called the USB Type-C Connector System Software (UCSI) which causes a one-minute delay when attempting to turn off the computer while the UCSI program is running.

Microsoft says this can occur while devices, chargers, or docking stations are plugged in or out at about the same time as the Windows device is turned off. In addition, the company points out that in addition to a slower shutdown, the system or how the USB connection does not work and that everything will be normal when the machine is turned on again.

Have you experienced that the machine takes longer than normal to turn off?

authorarticle: Master3395
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