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try closing IE manually by opening task manager. right click on the taskbar> start task manager>processes>right click iexplorer.exe>end process. i would suggest you switch to chrome if the problem persists. usually however when a system hangs at logoff or shutdown it's because it has too many programs running. you should install an app that can help you manage which apps start with windows. i recommend CCleaner to do general pc cleanup as well.. when you have it running go to tools>startup to manage all those apps that bog down your computer.
Close all Internet Explorer windows. Go to control panel - internet options (in network and internet) - advanced - RESET. It will say: are you sure you want to reset IE? ---> RESET Click close and ok. Close all the windows. Reopen IE.
If it cannot reset and says that some windows are opened then restart unit completely and try again.
If still doesnt work after reset then go to internet options - security - uncheck enable protected mode. Click ok, close and reopen IE
Shutting Down is powering off your computer, That message is just telling you that windows is turning off your computer and closing all programs. If an application fails to initialize it just means it can not start as windows is shutting down
When Windows doesn't restart it is usually because there is a process in the background that has not finished. Get into Task manager (Ctrl-Alt-Del) and close some of the processes with a manual "End Task". Suggestion 1.) Sort the processes by double-clicking the Process Title. 2.) End Task only the Processes in CAPITAL LETTERS. These are usually not system processes and are started by other programs. 3.) Try 1st closing all CAPITAL processes initially (make sure to wait a full 3 minutes to make sure processes have cleared) then try and shutdown. 4.) If successful, next time try to pin down the exact process holding up the system by closing down a few at a time and waiting, then shuting down.
Last observation: if this happen when shelling in Linux -- then above may not help-- in such case then remember that every time you restart your computer, the virtual machine that runs in background will close, so you'll have to open VMware Server Console and start the Windows machine before you can connect to it through the desktop shortcut.
Let us know if you still continue to have issues. Best Regards
Internet explorer is unable to handle many windows open at the same time.
My suggestion is to use Mozilla Firefox which can be downloaded for free which is safer and has much fewer errors than IE. Please update me on the situation and what internet browser you are using and I will work with you until the problem is fixed.