I'm using an M1 Macbook Air. Last week while in the midst of doing a few things-talking on TeamTalk, streaming on KODI media center, reading a book using Voice Dream Reader and using iMessage-my macbook air m1 randomly rebooted but there was no chime. When it restarted all the apps that were open came back and I was able to keep doing what I had been doing. After properly shutting down by closing all apps and using the shut down option in the apple menu I didn't think anything of it and went to bed. The next time I booted my macbook the chime came on and I was able to login as normal and voiceover said the usual "welcome to mac" message. Then a system dialog popped up and said my last shut down was due to a problem and it asks if i want to open apps. Whether I choose open or cancel the desktop loads and so does my dock which doesn't normally happen-usually I have to open the dock with VO + d. So I hit escape or command tab to get the dock to go away and then reopen it and all is well with using my macbook. This dialog box comes up whether I shut down normally or restart normally. I never leave apps open except for that one random reboot that I did not initiate. Is there an easy way to fix this problem? I'm not very confident in fixing my computer problems and don't like pressing random buttons to try and fix things. I'm good at following instructions though so if anyone else has had this issue and was able to fix it please let me know. My Macbook Air M1 is running the latest update to Ventura and all apps are updated as of last wednesday.