Windows 8 uses new technology Quick start To start Windows quickly. When you turn off Windows 8 normally (using the Charms bar), Quick launch function saves the kernel’s current session (home), so the next time you start your computer, the Operating System will load quickly. This means that your system will only be fully rebooted when required by the operating system (such as when a hardware change is detected) but you do not want to completely power down your system for any number of reasons, such as low battery performance. not to extend or download from other media. , and others.
How to perform a full uninstall on Windows 10, 8.1 or 8.
To completely uninstall Windows 8, 8.1 or 10, you have the following options:
OPTION 1: Perform a COMPLETE Erase using the SHIFT key.
1. Click on Start button and then press the button Power button.
2. Press and hold the Now button SHIFT button and then press to close.
OPTION 2: Perform a FULL uninstall using the command line.
2. Open a command prompt (cmd) with administrative privileges. For this:
Right click in the lower left corner of your screen and from the menu that appears, click Command Prompt (Admin) option.
3. Type the following command in the Command Prompt window and click Enter:
delete /s /f /t 0
The above command will force a complete shutdown of Windows. If you want to restart the system after completely shutting down Windows 8 (so Windows restarts when it boots), use the following command:
delete /r /f /t 0
Additional Information: If you want your system to completely shut down every time you click the Shutdown button in the Charms bar, you should disable the Fast Startup option from the control panel. For detailed instructions on how to do this, read this article: How to disable fast startup in Windows 8 and 8.1
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