Well, one thing you should do immediately is to turn Fast Startup OFF, at least for a single shutdown/restart cycle.
I have seen some bizarre things, and far more bizarre things than yours, that persist because of some corruption in the mini-hiberfile that is used for Fast Startup/Fast Boot. Turning that feature off causes the file to be removed. Then, if you turn it back on again it gets created anew.
Give that a try. For myself, I leave Fast Startup off on every machine I configure because of the rare, but ultra-weird when they occur, problems I've seen that somehow "heal themselves" if Fast Startup is either turned off and left off or cycled off for a single or several shutdown/startup cycles.
When you've got Fast Startup off, and have rebooted, take a look at your settings again. Given what you've mentioned elsewhere regarding Cortana (I think that was you) I also suspect you're going to have a DISM and/or SFC run in your future. I'm willing to bet several something's aren't right.
Edited by britechguy, 04 March 2016 - 10:36 AM.
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