Windows 7 Not Shutting Down But Thankfully There Is A Fix

Windows 7 Not Shutting Down But Thankfully There Is A Fix

Windows 7 has another bug following official support for the OS ending, and it’s more serious than the wallpaper glitch Microsoft previously patched, with users left unable to reboot or shutdown their PC – at least not without resorting to rather clunky workarounds.

Windows 7 reached end-of-life on January 14, meaning updates and security fixes are no longer issued for the operating system, now lets see will Microsoft fixes this issue with update or not,

Windows 7 Not Shutting Down But Thankfully There Is A Fix

Windows 7 Not Shutting Down But Thankfully There Is A Fix

Here is the Fix you want to know

While the cause of this bug is not known at this point, there is a workaround that Windows 7 PC users can use to turn off their systems. If you too are facing a similar issue, here what you need to do:

Step 1: Create a new admin account.

Step 2: Log into the new admin account.

Step 4: Log back to your old admin account.

Step 5: Shut down or reboot your Windows 7 PC normally..

The snag with side-stepping the issue in this manner is that you have to do this every single time you want to restart your PC, or shut it down, which is a bit of a bind.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1: Press ‘Windows+R on your PC. This will open the Run window.

Step 2: Next, type ‘gpedit.msc’ and click OK.

Step 3: Now follow this path: Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options.

Step 4: Now double click on User Account Control and run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode.

Step 5: In the following window select Enable.

Step 6: Reopen the Run window and type ‘gpupdate /force. Now press Enter.

Step 7: Restart your PC normally.

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