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Windows 98 introduced support for ACPI, but it requires appropriate hardware.
If you install a modern version of Windows on older hardware, you’ll still see the “It is now safe to turn off your computer” message and have to press the power button manually.
A sudden power cut means the computer won’t be able to shut down cleanly.
You may lose work and the file system might be corrupted.
Your computer wasn’t doing anything at all when that message appeared on your screen, so it was safe to cut power to it. Instead of suddenly cutting power to the computer, why couldn’t the power button send a signal to the computer’s operating system saying “Hey, it’s time to shut down, finish up what you’re doing” and let the computer shut down intelligently?
And, when you did shut down from the operating system, why did you have to sit at the computer and wait to press the power button once everything was done?
If you ever used Windows 95 on an old computer, you’ll probably remember how you had to turn off the PC.
Just as you wouldn’t yank a desktop computer’s power cord out of the outlet while it was running today, you wouldn’t press the power button to shut off then.
Why couldn’t the operating system say to the computer “it’s now safe to shut down, power off”?