Windows 10 boot SLOW!

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Patrykvdmeulen, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. Patrykvdmeulen

    Patrykvdmeulen MDL Junior Member

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    I'm back to 8.1:biggrin:

    Windows 10 boots verry verry slow and buggy compare to 8/8.1

    Its not fluid as 8/81 had.

    And there is NO FIX for this until Microsoft makes this better.


    I dont know whats make w10 boot slowo_O

    mayby the kernel? defender? a service?:g:
     
  2. beBoss

    beBoss MDL Junior Member

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    Nope, it's booting very, very fast, maybe the problem is in your PC, or just it's your fault of bad updating/upgrading/installing or using the pc and windows!
     
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  3. Sakuya

    Sakuya MDL Junior Member

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    I find that upgrading from an old bloated installation results in high HDD activity, but a clean format and install on the same computer does not.
    I've yet to figure out what's causing it.
    This is especially noticeable on old hardware with drives lingering in the 60MB/s read/write range.
     
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  4. Evides

    Evides MDL Member

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    #4 Evides, Aug 31, 2015
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    I'm sure it's not Windows 10 related, my desktop now boots up in half the time... :clap:
    And it's not even a clean install but an upgrade from W8.1
     
  5. embasie

    embasie MDL Novice

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    Look into your motherboard BIOS. Even if you don't have SSD or you're using single HDD, make sure to enable Intel RST. That's it!
     
  6. KrAzY

    KrAzY MDL Novice

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    I noticed windows 10 boot slower then snot when i installed it on a hdd upgraded from windows 7. I couldn't understand how anyone could think it was fast until i gave it another try on a ssd and now it boots up to desktop in 3-4 seconds. However on a ssd with windows 7 before i upgraded booted up just as fast so lol i dunno if 10 is actually any faster booting then 7 but both boot fast on ssd that's for sure.
     
  7. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    I spoke about it here
     
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  8. thorin0815

    thorin0815 MDL Senior Member

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    My 7 boots also a lot faster then 10 with the same autostart programs.
     
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  9. John Sutherland

    John Sutherland MDL Senior Member

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    I can't really say Windows 10 boots slowly, but it does boot inconsistently compared to Windows 8.1.

    There are times it boots just as quickly as Windows 8.1, where I see the BOIS splash screen for about two seconds, a black screen for another two seconds or so, and and then the login screen appears. If I swipe my finger on the fingerprint scanner at just the right moment, I'm on the desktop in another 2-3 seconds. So if I'm paying attention and things go right, the overall boot time is about 7-10 seconds from pushing the power button to arriving on the desktop. BTW - this is with a conventional Hitachi hard drive, not a SSD!

    There are other times I see this: The BIOS splash screen for two seconds, the black screen for two seconds, and then a blue screen appears with Microsoft's spinning balls. This blue screen is where I see a delay that lasts anywhere from 15-25 seconds, then a second black screen appears for a few seconds, then the login screen finally appears. This has nothing to do with rebooting after Windows updates are installed, it just happens at random. And sometimes during this delayed boot I get an added bonus as well: my wi-fi adapter does not come on and the indicator light remains red.

    I've tried uninstalling/reinstalling the drivers for both the wi-fi adapter and it's on/off button (the F12 key) and the problem goes away for a while only to reappear at a later date during another delayed boot. I'm guessing that maybe Windows 10 is installing different drivers when I'm not looking, but I'm going to have to take some notes and visit the Device Manager on a regular basis in order to verify that this is actually the case.
     
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  10. Tuinpad

    Tuinpad MDL Novice

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    I also had a black screen delay at startup. If you go to settings/ privacy and turn all the sliders you can find off. Then you have a fast start up.
    This works on my Desktop and Laptop.
     
  11. cyberloner

    cyberloner MDL Member

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    what about amd? .. ssd boot damn fast... normal ide will slow for sure.... try many pc here. even laptop win 10 is damn slow...:biggrin:
     
  12. odiebugs1

    odiebugs1 MDL Expert

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    Just so you know. There's no such option as RST, the option would be listed as "RAID", and you can't enable it unless you use it for most all systems. I think you are talking about AHCI over IDE in storage settings.

    Also RST is not a SSD bound soft, RST is for drives, whether it be SSD or HDD.

    If you have a RST option, can you post a link to your BIOS/UEFI so I can extract the BIOS firmware's and have a look.
     
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  13. odiebugs1

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  14. Wulung

    Wulung MDL Novice

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    Did you install Daemon Tool+SPTD driver?
    I have installed it before and it makes the boot much slower than Win8.1. Also, the SPTD driver causing premature shutdown during boot process.
    If you have it now, uninstall it. Ensure that SPTD uninstall completely, you need the latest SPTD installer then select uninstall.
     
  15. odiebugs1

    odiebugs1 MDL Expert

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  16. embasie

    embasie MDL Novice

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    My BIOS firmware: ASRock B85M Pro3 (Looks like I can't post any link due to being new).

    Note: I didn't install any Windows driver for the RST. I just needed to enable it in the BIOS. If I don't enable it, the Win10 freezes every few minutes because it keeps reading the HDD.
     
  17. Snuffy

    Snuffy MDL Expert

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    I love that Intel RST on a AMD :) :)