I would VERY strongly suggest that the installation process for updates be
amended so that a machine NEVER restarts when the user has told it to SHUT
DOWN. This morning my laptop became hot enough to destroy itself and scorch
the inside of my suitcase, after I shut it down and it restarted inside the
case, and then ran in that enclosed space for 2 hours while I, none the
wiser, was in transit.
I blame the updates because the last thing it did before I shut it down
today was install updates - it did so automatically and then restarted once,
without permission. I shut it down again but can only assume it booted again
as part of the update process - after the lights had gone out leading me to
beleive the power was safely OFF.
If I could find a way to make a formal complaint and sue for replacement of
the laptop, believe me I would. Very frightening experience.
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