Windows 10 Bug Makes the Shutdown Process Significantly Slower
A bug in Windows 10 causes the shutdown or system sleep process to be significantly slower than expected, with Microsoft explaining that it could sometime take up to 2 minutes to turn off your device.
And according to the software giant, it’s all because of a glitch in the way the USB Type-C controller is implemented in Windows 10, so the issue occurs only when USB Type-C device is plugged or unplugged when the system shuts down.
Of course, this affects pretty much any USB Type-C device, including here docks and chargers.
No word on the fix just yet
Microsoft employee Philip Froese explains in an advisory that the USB Type-C device should still work properly when the system boots back to Windows 10, and no other issue occurs aside from the slow shutdown.
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