Yogi27 and Elky64, you guys both turned off your screen-savers, right?
Just checking, because these can completely hose a power scheme, and I had asked about this at one point, and didn't see a response.
There's some truth to holdum333's comment. I do regular backups too, at least monthly anyway, more for data protection, but it's handy for feature issues too, in some cases. I had a problem with my Edge Session restore (I posted a thread here somewhere, met with a bunch of head-scratching too), but no amount of restores would fix it. Turns out, it was a combined OS/Live space issue, which makes sense. The Live issue got fixed over time, and the OS change came in at AU, so my session restore finally works again, and I'm mostly using Edge now (not for these forums though too many bugs loading and such). No amount of restores, an in-place-upgrade (I did this twice actually), and various other attempts would fix it. When it started happening on multiple machines, I ran it under a debugger, and realized what was happening, and that I just had to wait, for everything to get fixed (I got really good at Chrome plug-ins in the meantime ;-]).
I'm an old-ish Win guy too, since before the Win286/386 and WinNT3.0 days, and I appreciate the new features and security of Win10, but boy has it gotten hard to debug things, when they go wrong, even as a former developer...