It is really annoying, especially when I can't figure out when people are trying to get ahold of me, or when that event I am suppose to go to actually begins… I thought maybe that was the problem, but it didn't fix anything. I can't find any areas in settings that will let me fix it, and I can't find any help topics that address this issue.
It may seem extreme, but you don't want to start meddling with these fundamental processes unless you really have to.
Even though you know you're about to lose access to your computer, there's not a damn thing you can do about it -- .
If you're really unlucky and Windows is installing a major update, the progress meter may be a tease: Once it reaches 100 percent, your computer might reboot a second or third time before you finally get control again.
But my Windows laptop -- a Windows laptop in a sea of Mac Books! I figured it just needed a quick reboot, so that's what I did.
But because Windows had recently downloaded some updates, my computer decided it would be a good time to It was the first of three occasions that a forced Windows update would totally destroy my workflow at a critical moment -- once crippling my computer when I had a hot scoop to share with the world.