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I know previous versions of Windows had command line or registry tricks that helped with this.
I had a program which could no longer access the clipboard (it does that IDK why) the solution is always to just restart.
I often need to shut down my laptop and leave quickly (lots of commuting for work). This is a fragment taken from the Reddit forum, under the comments, we surprisingly find that lots and lots of people are dissatisfied with the compulsory Windows 10 update rule by Microsoft. Try to remove this feature off from your computer and never update. Open the Run command (Win R), type: and press enter. From the Services list which appears to find the Windows Update service and open it. In "Startup Type" under the "General" tab, change it to "Disabled". Follow the Part 1 solution to shut down the computer using cmd.
However, when an update is "available", my only option is "update and shutdown". When the automatic update feature is turned on, it downloads the update for you in the background and leaves the option "update and shutdown" instead of the original "shutdown". Worry about clicking the Update and Shutdown option by mistake in the future, or never want to install the pushed updates?
The problem is that neither Windows Update is catching these recommended updates nor is it...
So earlier today I installed the new build of Windows 10 and since then my shutdown time has increased to 1 minute 27 seconds.