Updating windows shortcut
You are missing the initramfs for kernel version 4.8.0-44.
It looks like you got a kernel panic error message after updating the kernel in Ubuntu 16.04.1 to 4.8.0-44-generic.
You have a file system error that caused your kernel panic. It might be because you're trying to run kernel 4.8 on 16.04.1, or a failed 16.04.2 update, or it might even be a bad hard drive, or one that needs to be reinitialized... To check the file system on your Ubuntu partition...
I recently update Windows 10 to the current newest update, and I noticed that I had a glitch where my other display (I have 2 displays) just turned off. My USB Mouse (which works fine otherwise) and my hardwired USB Keyboard (works too) just wouldn't be detected. They are both just very basic Logitech mouse and keyboard designed for such events.
I went to the settings to check it and it wouldn't identify it as being there so I decided to restart. So here is where the problem lies now: I decided to restart again and this time something did happen. Sorry if this was asked someone but the search feature on your website didn't point out anything so.
Once it finishes showing the first Windows 10 splash screen both screens (it recognized the other screen after restart) went black.
This is mostly because the settings system evolved over the course of decades.
Nevertheless, with a bit of effort we can create our own, which will allow you to turn your touchscreen on and off in seconds.
If you have your own method to share on how to toggle the touchscreen, please let us know in the comments below.
When modifying 'Properties', changes will be persisted to either the per-Console-application settings in the registry, or to the Windows shortcut file: When Console applications are launched, the Windows Console Host determines which settings to use by overlaying settings from the hierarchy in order, starting with the hardcoded defaults.
This means that a Windows Console shortcut with settings information inside of it will override the application storage and default settings.