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GallifreyGill
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Spectre x360 doesn't seem to fully shut down

HP Spectre x360
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I didn't really think I had any issues with my PC at all until a little over a week ago when it decided to not be able to charge or turn on. Since I have had this computer for less than a year, I called HP customer support to get my computer fixed under warranty. They replaced the motherboard, the battery, the charger, and a few other minor things. Seeing what they replaced, this has me wondering why my computer "broke" in under a year of use. Now I'm afraid it will happen again. Today I noticed that when I turn off my computer using the "Shut Down" feature the things I have plugged into the computer are still being powered. Notibly, these things are my headset and my mouse. I also noticed that when I was in the process of turning my computer back on a few hours later to use again, the show I was watching before I shut down the computer started immediately playing again. Is it normal for my computer to remember that I was watching a show before completely shutting down my computer hours ago? And is it normal for the tab to be open and the show to be playing upon logging in?

 

TL;DR: Just got my computer fixed after it broke in under a year. Worried about it breaking again right after my warranty ends. Could it be an issue with my computer powering things even while it's turned off?

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Spectre x360 doesn't seem to fully shut down

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