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Actually, the computer technically did nothing wrong. OP forgot to turn off auto updates which at any other times is a convenience. Human error. That said, sucks for OP and I hope explaining the situation to the teacher and showing how he logged out right in the middle can help clear up the problem.
Actually bro it doesn't pop up in front of other windows when you doing something specially watching po- videos it doesn't stop it and go hey look at me you wanna postpone before your video is over? With that being said it does same thing with just about everything else your doing. At least mine does that dunno bout yours.
windows has finished installing important updates, and needs to restart before the updates can be applied. restart now? (with a ticking timer) or something like that. and if you click no it will come back in 5 to 10 minutes. or if you do nothing it automatically restarts after like 15. so... yeah ydi
117, I was with you until you commented on the word 'would'. By changing it to wouldn't it suddenly says that if the situation was unresolvable it would be less likely to be on fml... That said, 74s comment was stupid because it's still an FML moment whether it gets resolved or not. Now the choices are to retake the exam - and who wants to do that unnecessarily, or fail it. Yep, FYL.
My senior year for my grad project I had to type up a 12 page research paper. The only computers open in the lab were macs. So I opened my files on it and prepped it to be printed. The computer decided it wanted to not only fizz out but corrupt every single file on my flash drive making getting my paper almost impossible. It took IT three hours to "undump" the computer I originally typed my paper on. I had to re edit and everything two days before it was due. I hate macs.
Gotta love all the fanboys of Mac and Microsoft competing for the "who makes the most useless argument" award - followed by the Linux fanboys and their "I use an OS that most people don't bother with and that makes me special" comments. I think this one has to go to 13 for the huge fail coupled with being the douchebag who began the "debate".
Computer cannot randomly decided to update by itself. It updates as how you set the auto update schedule. It's funny how you blame the machine for user error.
36- I believe what 20 is trying to say is that update times are preset and can be changed by the user and the computer does not just make up its own times. Or your computer may be thinking on its own and will soon take over the world and try to kill us all...run...not that there is anywhere safe you can go, it is already watching you.
If he sets the auto update and forget about it, it's his fault. If someone else sets the auto update and never told him about it, it's that person's fault, not the machine. If it's like that by default and he never check it, it's still his fault. ( But I never see any OS comes with "restart without warning" by default before ) @Quinn32 Thank you for explaining it to him. @thiscrazything Data you were working on is usually gone? Do you realize that you can change the setting to make it warns you before restart? Do you realize that you can disable auto update? If there is any OS that doesn't allow that, please state the OS name, I'd want to see it.