Ever since I fresh installed Windows 10 (not sure if it did it to me on Windows 7) I have had the computer scheduled to shut down on it's own. I have it set to wait 30 minutes to check if the computer is idle, then when it is, it waits another 15 minutes to shut down. Problem is, I can walk away for no more than a minute (just rebooted after it was shutting down and it was 1 minute after the time I set, meaning it shut down immediately) and it just decides to shut down. It doesn't take any of those variables into account at all. This is the way I did it and I even made sure to check anything and everything that seemed to force the delay (It's the first link in a google search):
I can't see why it's a problem with my computer or OS, it has to be something to do with the settings. I'm thinking what this tutorial shows could be it, unfortunately, I don't know exactly what the -s -f -t 0 means. So if I know that, I'm sure I can alleviate the problem. At the very least if I walk away, it should be waiting 15 minutes to shut down.
Edited by HannibalGraham, 29 January 2017 - 04:13 AM.