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The users can restart Windows to force Shadow Defender to clear the changes, even with activated Fast Startup. But, this cannot be done when the user will shut down the computer.
When the Fast Startup is turned on, then the computer shut down means only that all users are logged off (no logged users, no started applications), but still, the Windows kernel is loaded and the system session is running. Next, Windows saves the current system state to the hibernation file, and turns off the computer. If the user starts the computer next time, then the system state is restored, but the system is not restarted. So, Shadow Defender session is continued just like the user did not turn off the computer.
Rollback RX, it's a danger, it made me format twice when I tried it ...
Although there are people who work well with it, and I like the program ... But.
I already said that there are people who work perfectly for them, maybe I didn't do it well, that's why I installed it twice. and when I restarted a black screen came out, both times I tried, one day I will try again because if I like the program.I have been using Rollback RX for years and have never had serious problems with it.
Once or twice it crashed during Windows updates- causing me to reinstall Windows. But that is once or twice only in many years of use.
I'd say its saved me from far more problems than it has ever caused.
I'll have a play with Shadow Defender though- just to check it out.