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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Hello to everyone in this thread!

This is actually a change in the core functionality of Windows in this development cycle.

Old behavior:
- When you shut down your PC, all apps are closed

- After reboot/restart, you have to re-open any app you'd like to use

New behavior:

- When shutting down your PC, any open apps are "bookmarked" (for lack of a better word)

- After reboot/restart, these apps will re-open automatically

If you want to start with no apps open (other than those set to auto-start via Task Manager/Start), you'll need to ensure all apps are closed before shutting down or restarting the PC.

Why?

The desire is to create a seamless experience wherein, if you have to reboot a PC, you can pick back up quickly from where you left off and resume being productive.  This has far-ranging impacts across the OS (in a good way).

We'll discuss this more in the next flight release blog post, so stay tuned!

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Hello to everyone in this thread!

This is actually a change in the core functionality of Windows in this development cycle.

Old behavior:
- When you shut down your PC, all apps are closed

- After reboot/restart, you have to re-open any app you'd like to use

New behavior:

- When shutting down your PC, any open apps are "bookmarked" (for lack of a better word)

- After reboot/restart, these apps will re-open automatically

If you want to start with no apps open (other than those set to auto-start via Task Manager/Start), you'll need to ensure all apps are closed before shutting down or restarting the PC.

Why?

The desire is to create a seamless experience wherein, if you have to reboot a PC, you can pick back up quickly from where you left off and resume being productive.  This has far-ranging impacts across the OS (in a good way).

We'll discuss this more in the next flight release blog post, so stay tuned!

In what world is this a "good" feature? I have the Fall Creator's Update and this "feature" was included in it somehow despite "Timeline" being pulled from it. This is a potential breach of privacy because if someone is working with confidential information, it can reopen on start which can be even worse if you have to give a presentation to a group of people. This needs to be removed or at the very least have a toggle option in the control panel. I'd hate to see someone file a lawsuit against Microsoft for gross negligence or breach of privacy...

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I made an account just to reply to this. this is ridiculous! why would Microsoft assume that everyone would want that? I never want my previous session to reopen after shutting down THAT'S WHY I SHUT DOWN to close everything and not have to worry about
it next time i start my PC. And if there is something particularly important, i would save it and not rely on windows to do that.

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This is absolutely ridiculous regression that is completely unacceptable for professional environment. Some apps are very heavy and I can not have them re-launching on startup every time. I will have to fall back to Creators Update... Incredible.

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This is driving me crazy. If i want that behaviour i have hibernation!? If i want to shut down my computer it should shut down and starts again with a "fresh" log in. 

Just give the user the ability to choose if he wants it in that way or not! (like in MacOS *scnr*)

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Agreed. This needs to be optional. It's extremely annoying, to say the least. If I want a program to be opened at startup, I would add a shortcut to the startup folder.

Please fix it ASAP.

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I want to disable this. I do not apps to reopen when I press reboot. Now everytime I reboot i'm having chrome relaunched with all the 40 tabs I had open, as well as all the other apps and Windows I had. 

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Hello to everyone in this thread!

This is actually a change in the core functionality of Windows in this development cycle.

Old behavior:
- When you shut down your PC, all apps are closed

- After reboot/restart, you have to re-open any app you'd like to use

New behavior:

- When shutting down your PC, any open apps are "bookmarked" (for lack of a better word)

- After reboot/restart, these apps will re-open automatically

If you want to start with no apps open (other than those set to auto-start via Task Manager/Start), you'll need to ensure all apps are closed before shutting down or restarting the PC.

Why?

The desire is to create a seamless experience wherein, if you have to reboot a PC, you can pick back up quickly from where you left off and resume being productive.  This has far-ranging impacts across the OS (in a good way).

We'll discuss this more in the next flight release blog post, so stay tuned!

Hi Jason,

As I told you yesterday, thanks for answering me! A function for switch it on or off we'll be very useful in some cases!

I'll stay tuned :)

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Do as he says. Close them before shutting down.  Just a few extra keystrokes.

That doesn't fix it sometimes. This needs to be fixed somehow. With a button or something

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WOW is this obnoxious.  At first I thought it was a bug.  

I get the idea of it, that some people would like it, but it needs to be a an *OPTIONAL FEATURE* like on MacOS.  My mind is blown that they didn't make this optional.

"Just shut down your programs manually"-yeah, sure, but then instead of hitting a single button, I have to hunt down and end 30 different programs, some of them in the correct order, remember to do that every time, have the time to do it, etc. ,etc.

This is costing me a ton of time, and is just obnoxious.  Put a setting in the UI somewhere, and pop up a notification the first time you do it, change Windows' behavior that's been the same way since probably literally the 80s.

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