Often it is because the system is overheating and must shut down in order to avoid melting. Cleaning dust out of your computer, checking to make sure the fan, heat sink, and cooling system is working properly, or replacing (or installing) the cooling system may just take care of your problem. Also, you may have a virus, which can be removed with most retail anti-virus software.
Keep running. Do not shut down.
Everything. All of the code that tells the computer how to boot up and shut down and all of your files and programs.
There is only one way to safely reboot. Close all of your programs and click on the shut-off or restart button on your PC. What people do not realize is there are 20 or 30 programs running in the background and if you just hit the power off button without shutting down your PC those files can get corrupted and cause problems.
Computers don't restart after shutting down. You probably have some setting on your OS which give the computer the command to always reboot. Change that setting.
You do not have to turn off your computer every day but computers can use a lot of while doing nothing. If you don't want to shut down then a hibernate option will save all of the programs you have open and then allow you to shut down, next time you start your machine all of the same programs will be there.
You can reboot your computer by long-pressing on the shut-down button of the computer.
Yes, they can.
No it will not. Rebooting or restarting a computer will not delete files unless you reboot it via a hard shut down by pulling the plug or holding the power button until the machine dies.
Because you don't want them to be turned on
No, it's not. That's why when you reboot, everything has to be reloaded in the system again like the operating system and software you use. The hard drive stores it and then reloads it on each reboot.
shut it down then reboot it to see if that works .if not then call a coumpter yech to come out and work on it
Booting is the process of starting windows. So just shut your engine off and restart.
Use the task manager
Rebooting is the process of shutting down and restarting your computer again. All you have to do is click the Start button / pearl, and select "Shut down." You will be prompted with a list of power options, including Shut down (turn the power off) and Restart (momentarily turns computer off and then back on). To reboot, simply select the Restart option.
Reboot is basically just re-starting the machine. Turn it off PROPERLY, click Start, restart or shut down. If you shut down you must restart it of course, but DO NOT turn it off by holding down the power button on the machine, that`s called a Hard Reboot and is only done if the machine is not responding to anything.
The same as with desktop computers. If you have windows: click on start (in the left-bottom of the screen) and click on (the little arrow next to, if you have windows 7) shut down. You'll get a menu, asking if you want to save energy, restart or shut down. Click on restart. If you have OSX (macbook): click on the little apple icon in the left-top of the screen and click on restart. Hope this helped!
Using the "start" button to shut down your computer gives your system a "heads up", if you will, that you are shutting it down. Shutting a computer down abruptly could be destructive to the system if you shut it down in the middle of an important process.
to save energy and for you to save your sight and memory.
not likely and near impossible
Reboot your PC, If i wont shut down turn your PC off manually, wait ten seconds, then see if your problems are fixed.
Computers can sometimes shut down by themselves because of an update. If it doesn't do it again then you likely have nothing to worry about.
There are a lot of programs running in the backround which need to shut off properly before your computer can shut down. To see these programs, press Ctrl/Alt/Delete to get the Task Manager, click on programs running tab and you will see a list of all the programs running.
The ENIAC was eventually shut down because more advanced, easier to use, and cheaper to operate computers became available.
try to save the information not on that drive on which u have saved your computer..... n when u reboot only delete that partition on which u had saved your window Zain R Hamid