Fix 'Waiting For Background Programs To Close' in Windows 7 (Solved)

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Fix 'Waiting For Background Programs To Close' in Windows 7 (Solved)
To fix this problem here are three methods:
1. Disable all auto-running programs at Windows startup. To do this, type in the search box for ‘msconfig’- open it and go to the fourth tab ‘Startup’- uncheck the programs you don’t want to run with Windows startup. Click ‘Apply’ and ‘OK’. Restart now to apply the changes.
2. Open registry files by typing in the search box ‘regedit’. Go through this way:
HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop.
In the right side locate the file named ‘AutoEndTask’. If couldn’t find, right click on blank area – choose new – Sting- Name the file as ‘AutoEndTask’. Right click on it and set its value as 1.
3. Open registry files by typing in the search box ‘regedit’. Go through this way:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control.
Click on the “Control” Folder. Select “WaitToKillServiceTimeout” Right click on it and select Modify. Set the value to a lower 4 digit value, (say 5000). This will make your PC shutdown faster, but you could end up losing data, so use this tweak judiciously.
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