You want to shut down your PC as quickly as possible, but your monitor is displaying a message You’re about to be Signed out. Below that message, a statement appears Windows will shut down in less than a minute.
After waiting for 35 to 40 seconds, the shutdown message shows up, so this process is time-consuming. You may ask how to disable it; the answer is simple: you can reset the computer. Also, turn off the Sign in info settings.
How do you execute those actions? Just follow this article from top to bottom because I formulated some working methods while researching this issue.
So you should try those methods and check which one works for you.
Without further ado, let’s start!
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Why Do You Keep Getting Signed Out of Windows?
An issue with your Windows settings, corrupted files, and programs can be why you get signed out from your Windows. Such as screen saver settings, corrupted folders, and incompatible applications can cause this signing-out issue. Your not optimized hardware also can create this problem.
Here are the reasons why you keep gettings signed out from Windows:
The issue with the Windows
If your Windows settings are not synced properly with your computer configuration, this signing-out problem can appear.
A corrupted file can damage your PC component and restrict the Windows system from performing its regular task. As a result, the system keeps signing you out.
An outdated application does not synchronize with your updated system; hence, the sign-out issue occurs.
If the RAM and other PC components are not stable enough to operate the simple Windows task, the system will break and create a problem.
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How to Disable You’re About to be Signed Out in Windows 11
Your monitor is showing a sign-out message and telling you to wait. But you don’t want to waste your time anymore. If that’s the case, follow my methods to solve your sign-out issue.
Here are the steps to disable you are about to signed-out message on Windows 11/10:
1. Reset the PC
Several users resolve their problem when resetting their computer, so you should try it. This process is simple and easy to follow.
Here are the steps to reset your PC:
- Right-click on the Windows icon and select the Settings option.
- Move to the System section.
- Scroll down and find the Recovery option.
- Click on the Reset PC option.
- Select the Keep my files option.
- Choose the Local reinstall section and click on the Next button.
- Complete the Reset.
Now your PC is reset, and I hope your sign-out issue has vanished.
Note: If you are a Windows 10 user, follow Settings > Recovery > Reset PC.
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2. Toggle Off the Sign-In Info Settings on Restart
Sometimes when your Sign in info settings are ON, the Signing-out issue arises, and it will keep getting you Signed out. You must turn Off this setting.
Here are the steps to Toggle off the Sign-in info settings on Windows 11:
- Open the Search bar and type Settings, and select the app.
- Navigate to the Accounts section.
- Choose the Sign-in options.
- Scroll down and Toggle OFF the Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting up after an update.
- Restart your computer.
Check whether this method works for you or not.
3. Turn Off the First Startup on the Power Option Settings
Power option modification can solve your sign-out problem. When you turn off the first startup, it will generate bios authentication on the Windows system; hence the issue is resolved.
Here are the steps to Turn off the first startup on the Power option:
- Start the Search bar, type Control Panel and select it.
- Move to the View by section and choose the Large icons option.
- Select the Power Options program.
- Click on the Choose what the power buttons do section.
- Select the Change settings that are currently unavailable option.
- Uncheck the Turn on fast startup (recommended) option and select the Save changes button.
- Restart your system.
The process is the same for the Windows 10 system. Your computer’s power option has been changed to fix your sign-out problem.
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4. Download & Install All the Windows Updates
Several programs and apps fail to perform when your Windows system is not up to date. Consequently, the Sign out message pops up. You should update your system to resolve this sign-out message issue.
Here are the steps to Download and Install the Windows update:
- Right-click on the Windows icon and choose the Settings option.
- Navigate to the Windows Update section.
- Click on the Check for updates option.
- Download and install the available update to make your PC up to date.
- Restart the PC.
Test whether your problem is solved or not.
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5. Start Software Protection Properties from Computer Management
Due to a faulty software installation process, the Sign-out message may appear. So you can start the software protection properties settings to resolve this issue.
Here are the steps to start the software protection properties on Windows 11:
- Press the Win+R keys to open the Run command.
- Type compmgmt.msc and hit the Enter button to open the Computer Management Window.
- Expand the Services and Applications section.
- Click on the Services option.
- Scroll down and find the Software Protection setting.
- Double-click on it to open and select the Start button.
- Restart your computer.
Software protection is now On, and check whether it solves your problem or not.
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6. Run the DISM and SFC Command
Some users claimed they solved their Sign-out issue by running the DISM and SFC command, so you must try it.
Here are the steps to Run the SFC and DISM command on Windows 11/10:
- Right-click on the Windows icon and select the Windows Terminal (Admin) option.
- Copy and run the following commands
- exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth
- exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- exe /online /cleanup-image /startcomponentcleanup
- sfc /scannow
- Wait for some time to complete the process.
- Restart your computer after the process is completed.
Check for yourself, and I hope these commands solved your issue.
7. Create an Alternative Registry Path on Registry Editor
Sometimes creating an alternative registry path is the solution you are looking for. So without hesitating, give it a try.
Here are the steps to create a registry path on Windows 11:
- Press the Win+R keys to open the Run command.
- Type regedit and select the OK button.
- Follow Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows.
- Right-click on the Windows folder and choose the New > Key.
- Name this folder Windows Update.
- Right-click on the Windows Update folder, select the New > Key and name it AU and save this folder.
- Select the AU folder, move to the blank space, and Right-click.
- Select the New > DWORD (32-bit) value and name this value NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUser.
- Double-click on this NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUser and set its value to 1.
Now test whether your problem is solved or not. If this value doesn’t work, follow the instructions below to create another path.
- Move to the Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer folder.
- Navigate to the blank space, Right-click, and select New > DWORD (32-bit) value.
- Name this folder NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUser and set its value to 1.
Hope your issue is resolved now.
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8. Disable Automatic Update
When your Windows system automatically updates and prompts you to sign out and restart the computer. This process can generate this sign-out problem.
Here are the steps to Disable the Automatic update on Windows 11:
- Open the Settings app.
- Move to the Windows Update section.
- Select the Pause updates option.
Sometimes this simple modification can fix your issue.
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Why do I keep getting signed out of everything?
Due to corrupted cache data and cookies, sometimes the system cannot function properly. As a result, you keep getting signed out from everything.
Why do I keep getting signed out of my email account?
You can get signed out from the email account when the cookies are turned off. So you must ensure the cookies are turned ON.
How do I stop Windows from automatically shutting down?
Press the Win+R keys to open the Run command and paste shutdown -a there. Hit the Enter key, and these steps will stop the Windows from automatically shutting down.
You should Reset your computer if you face the signed-out message issue on your Windows 11 system. Also, as I showed in this article, you can toggle off the sign-in info settings and create an alternative registry path on the registry editor.
If you pursue the methods mentioned earlier, your Signed-out problem will dissolve. And your issue will resolve permanently.
Do you have any questions or findings about this article? Let us know in the comment section.