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    Now that I think about it, I have not seen a "Notification" from ASC 10 Pro since Windows 10 updated itself to "Creators Update". Is there a known problem there? The only notification I have enabled is the boot time, but I have not seen it since the upgrade.

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    Hi Leighton,

    Our program will not inform you about the Creators Update. It only help you scan and fix Windows vulnerabilities.

    Thanks for your understanding.
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      I hope that you didn't understand my question. I'd hate to think that if the user has allowed Windows to update, they're out of luck.

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        ?Cicely,

        Here’s what’s happening. I have my PC set to make use of Windows “Fast Startup” (See footnote). When you use it, it writes a “hiberfile” to allow a faster startup. If I do a normal shutdown, it writes the hiberfile.

        If an application forces a “Restart” or if I do a “Restart”, the hiberfile is not written.

        When the system starts after a normal shutdown, the notification telling me how long it took to boot is not displayed.

        When the system starts after a “Restart”, the notification telling me how long it took to boot is displayed.

        I tested this repeatedly, and the behavior I described is consistent.

        Footnote:
        http://lifehacker.com/enable-this-se...ter-1743697169

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