Why the MacBook wakes up from sleep "reloaded"?

Macbook Pro 15 Takbar, Mojave

At night, close your lid or press the "sleep Mode" in the morning open the laptop and in 50% of cases it is downloaded as would be restarted, i.e., all previously open programs are closed, run the program from autorun, etc.

What could be wrong? All the updates which found disabled.
April 7th 20 at 15:51
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April 7th 20 at 15:53
All the updates which found disabled.
Could it be that is??? Updates fix the schools, problems with the reboot was long ruled them.
Initially it was all included in the problem existed. At the moment, all the updates within the Mojave installed. - Eldridge commented on April 7th 20 at 15:56
April 7th 20 at 15:55
Most likely you have too many programs are on the startup, which and slow down the laptop.
I suggest you to read this article https://tehnichka.pro/startup-macos-how-add-remove... and the instructions to go to the "login items" to see how many programs at startup. And if you don't want to remove the autorun completely, you can configure a delayed start for the same instructions.
Well and if does not help, then the best option will probably be to reset MacBook to factory settings.
Apparently, I poorly conveyed point. The point is that the MacBook should Wake up from sleep in the state in which covered, but not in "pristine" as if I turned off/turned on or rebooted the laptop. - Eldridge commented on April 7th 20 at 15:58
Yes, I did not understand initially, what is the issue?
try changing the energy saving settings and reset all settings to default and check then whether there is still a problem.
And yet, you leave the laptop plugged in to charge or it runs off the battery in standby mode? He was not experienced, but I read that in the failures of electricity supply (and we have night may well be such), the Mac automatically restarts in sleep mode. May be the problem. - Autumn36 commented on April 7th 20 at 16:01
@guiseppe.Cart, Try to reset the settings. Over dependence on power mode also make sure. Thank you! - Eldridge commented on April 7th 20 at 16:04

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