For some horribly foolish reason MS decided it was Ok to reboot someone's PC when they aren't at it.
It causes countless people loss of data on a regular basis, and is the singular worst idea MS has ever forced upon it's user, and almost destroyed my brand new laptop!
Yes I know about the registry setting: NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers, however it is ignored on Home editions of windows, so basically MS is saying: Home users don't do anything important, F them, their data isn't of any value.
I should save you say? I do, except for working-data I need for a few hours and then am done with it; that's not worth creating a file and saving. However it's what I usually loose because of automatic updates, and there are many many posts online of people
who have lost significant amounts of work. Furthermore, my PC never locks up, so I have no fear of lost data, except for from automatic updates!
I could disable automatic updates, but I'd like to automatically stay up to date with security updates.
All the above was to prevent suggestions I already know about and are not good solutions for most people, so I was not interested in hearing them again. So now we can get straight to the point:
I want, either by some programmatic method or by hacking some system file, to have the following on Home editions of Windows:
1) Still have aut
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