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So, when I click those they don't uncheck *Windows 10 Pro)?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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The shutdown settings? They are for ones you get from Start menu.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, GoodBytes said:

You need to be Administrator to change those.

 

How do I become admin? U ioen admin tools and change things ao I yjought I was?



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3 minutes ago, Edward78 said:

How do I become admin? U ioen admin tools and change things ao I yjought I was?

Only the system administrator can make your account Administrator. Contact him or her or your company IT department (if your system is from your company) for assistance.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

It is a home sys.



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16 hours ago, Edward78 said:

It is a home sys.

You’ll need to be logged into an admin account 

 

and you should see the option to “change settings that are currently unavailable” 

 

click on that to change the options that are grayed out 

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