How can make windows 10 booting so lightning fast?

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  1. MassZERO

    MassZERO MDL Novice

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    os there a tweak to make windows 10 booting so fast?

    i tried no guide into boot but its not so fast so slow on loging in part its takes time and keeps in spinning... help me how can i make booting fast like a tweak or what should I disable?
     
  2. freddie-o

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    #2 freddie-o, Feb 7, 2019
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    Disable Startup programs
     
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  3. urie

    urie Moderator
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    Or install a SSD.
     
  4. MELERIX

    MELERIX MDL Addicted

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    1 - don't disable "Turn on fast startup" in power options.
    2 - don't disable "defragsvc" service, neither related tasks.
    3 - configure your Apps to no start up with Windows if not necessary.
    4 - enable "Storage sense" in settings.
    5 - replace your main HDD with a SSD.
    6 - use your HDD as a secondary drive only.
     
  5. LiteOS

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    #7 LiteOS, Feb 7, 2019
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    Hey, if its the part of the animation taking too long its probably the drivers is not right one
    update the sata drivers
     
  6. MassZERO

    MassZERO MDL Novice

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    someone is able to make it boot faster like on the login part it shows your name its just seconds... but mine takes time its just spinning... is there to disable all the animation and straight to desktop
     
  7. LilBlinx

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    Are you on HDD or SSD?
     
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    #11 LiteOS, Feb 7, 2019
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    when u do alt cnrl del and then cancel u see black screen ?

    if its not happening in safe mode
    just enable task sch... service
     
  10. Ultra Male

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    If you have Intel Rapid Storage Technology which a lot of manufacturers install blindly even if the system is not running on a RAID setup, uninstall that and watch your boot time speed up dramatically
     
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  11. cuteee

    cuteee MDL Guru

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    Install Windows 10 32bit.
    :)
     
  12. klarkkent

    klarkkent MDL Novice

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    Try this,

    Start

    Run

    Type control and hit enter

    Click System

    Click Advanced system settings

    Click Startup and Recovery (then click settings)

    Check both boxes

    Time to display list of operating systems:

    and

    Time to display recovery options when needed:

    and set their boxes to zero


    Also if you don't need to login for work or something, kill it with netplwiz in the run box.

    It will then zoom past that spinning thing and the login process.
     
  13. s1ave77

    s1ave77 MDL Guide Dog/Dev

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    Only way to speed things up is to get a SSD for the system. The HDD is a bottleneck and no way to change that :cool2:.

    Booting a system means a lot of parallel disk reads, a field where HDDs suck.
     
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  14. Mr.X

    Mr.X MDL Guru

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    :laie: :tooth:
     
  15. MassZERO

    MassZERO MDL Novice

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    very funny answer hahah! what does changing to 32bit have to do with making booting fast?
     
  16. urie

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    Yes great info what about a clean installation, no info given on machine specs only speculation.
    Could be older system bare minimal just enought to install windows 10.
    we need more info, but ssd is the only real way if compatible.
     
  17. acer-5100

    acer-5100 MDL Novice

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    That answer is anything but funny.

    x86 has less data to read from disk, less data to transfer less data to write, by a factor of about 1.6x

    x86 doesnt come with Hyper-V, LXSS and other fancy modern features which add overhead on x64.

    In short YES x86 is blazing fast if compared to x64 on the same machine, exept on very specialized tasks (math, compression, video conversion, and so on) were the x64 architeture shines.

    Just try by yourself dualbooting x86 and x64, then you'll realize that the funny message is yours.