Programs autostart after boot in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Hi,

In this build I have a problem with Chrome and NordVPN. When I turn off the PC and I log in the next day, it recovers the lastest pages visited in Chrome and it open automatically NordVPN I have fast statup disabled and the option "use my login info for complete updates" disabled and the problem is still here. I'm facing this issue since 16251

Here's the steps that I performed : 

1. Configuring registries : 

regedit > hkey local machine > system > current control set  > control > session manager > memory management
Enable "Prefetchers" and Modify it to "1"
2. Disable third party application services running : 

-press windows logo button + r then type in : msconfig
-then please go to "Services" tab
-And then select the box that says "Hide all Microsoft services"
-Then hit "Apply" and "Ok"

I can't perform a System Restore or Create another user. I want a fix (if possible in the user that I'm using now)

Is there any way for fix it?

Thanks

EDIT: This is a new feature of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. We need to get this changed soon.

 

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From Windows Insider Build 17040, just released:

"Based on your feedback, the feature to restore applications that have registered for application restart after you reboot or shutdown (through power options available on the Start Menu and various other locations) has been set to only occur for users that have enabled “Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting my device after an update or restart” in the Privacy section under Sign-in Options Settings."

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You gave us feedback and wanted it changed, right?  :)

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Yes.

Question though: Some editions, like Enterprise, don't have the setting mentioned. In the original blog post, you pointed that out:

"Note: The feature is only available on PCs that are not managed by enterprises. This includes home PCs that are sync’d to enterprise (work, school, etc.) email."

Given that I'm not aware of a group policy that exists for the feature, it's an interesting proposition as to how the app startup part of it is handled on Enterprise etc. I am aware of a Registry method only, which is fine, but is that actually the intent?  Usually there's a policy.

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From Windows Insider Build 17040, just released:

"Based on your feedback, the feature to restore applications that have registered for application restart after you reboot or shutdown (through power options available on the Start Menu and various other locations) has been set to only occur for users that have enabled “Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting my device after an update or restart” in the Privacy section under Sign-in Options Settings."

Nice!  Would make sense to me to have it be a separate toggle option in there, but I don't care if I have that option disabled to turn this "feature" off.

That's fantastic news!  When would would this hit the regular release versions of Windows?  I'm happy just knowing it's coming, but fantasizing it'll be later this month or next Patch Tuesday versus the middle of next year some time.  I still don't remember to use my batch file to shut down every time lol

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Question though: Some editions, like Enterprise, don't have the setting mentioned. In the original blog post, you pointed that out:

"Note: The feature is only available on PCs that are not managed by enterprises. This includes home PCs that are sync’d to enterprise (work, school, etc.) email."

Given that I'm not aware of a group policy that exists for the feature, it's an interesting proposition as to how the app startup part of it is handled on Enterprise etc. I am aware of a Registry method only, which is fine, but is that actually the intent?  Usually there's a policy.

In tests with 17040 on Enterprise, the answer to the above appears to be that, absent the feature in the UI, it defaults to Off, at least for application restart purposes (not sure about the feature's primary purpose).

Tested with Word 2016, Regedit, etc. They do not start automatically on Enterprise in 17040 -- no UI setting, no using the Registry method mentioned above.

I hope others prove this out and that it isn't just a fluke here.

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"Based on your feedback, the feature to restore applications that have registered for application restart after you reboot or shutdown (through power options available on the Start Menu and various other locations) has been set to only occur for users that have enabled “Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting my device after an update or restart” in the Privacy section under Sign-in Options Settings."

You gave us feedback and wanted it changed, right?  :)

Not really keen on this being combined into that setting which is already quite poorly explained as to what it actually does.  It should be a separate, clearly worded option.

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"Based on your feedback, the feature to restore applications that have registered for application restart after you reboot or shutdown (through power options available on the Start Menu and various other locations) has been set to only occur for users that have enabled “Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting my device after an update or restart” in the Privacy section under Sign-in Options Settings."

You gave us feedback and wanted it changed, right?  :)

Not really keen on this being combined into that setting which is already quite poorly explained as to what it actually does.  It should be a separate, clearly worded option.


Yeah, I totally agree (and still can't quite understand what that option means) but if that's the only way we get it, I'm thrilled to get it!

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It's just the beginning and it's in a test build, I guess it will continue to improve in the following builds and maybe in the future it will have its own toggle.

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You gave us feedback and wanted it changed, right?  :)

Not really keen on this being combined into that setting which is already quite poorly explained as to what it actually does.  It should be a separate, clearly worded option.


Yeah, I totally agree (and still can't quite understand what that option means) but if that's the only way we get it, I'm thrilled to get it!

I hope this will be ported to RS3 with a cumulative update :/

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I think MS will have to fix this soon - because this is a serious security issues for businesses. Not to mention how BIG of a nuisance it is to 99.9% of all users.

STOP MAKING OUR OS WORSE!

YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW WE WANT TO USE OUR MACHINES!

Implementing features like this should come as OPTIONS - so that you can TEST if people actually WANT it.

What an arrogant bunch of !(@*&#(@!&$(*&.................

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