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celux

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If you don't have ssd ,first buy one ssd.
 

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My restart time .Amd e-300 apu 8.1 64bit.SSD 120 gb Kingston.Runing on battery.
That's not a good restart time for an SSD. Either you have a lot of startup programs or the AMD e-300 APU/motherboard chipset is bottlenecking the SSD a lot.
 

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your first problem is you have a lenovo.. ha..

but why don't do a clean restart and "temporarily" disable all your programs from "msconfig" or in your task manager and startup.. and see how windows does..

of course disconnect from the internet and then turn off all anti-virus and any programs you have there like utorrent and whatever else those are.. you can probably do this easily with msconfig and start going through the tabs looking for your programs and making sure they are not checked and then restart..
 

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think ive got a lot to learn here .... 2.jpg
 

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Guys, what tweaks can I do to reduce the time my Windows 8 needs to boot faster? I'm at 100 seconds at the moment.
Do you have App Readiness checked in msconfig "Services"? Or, enabled in Administrative Tools > Services? If so, try disabling it in Administrative Tools >Services" or unchecking it in msconfig "Services", and then reboot. One of my pc's takes 120 seconds to reboot when App Readiness is enabled, but only 5 seconds with it disabled. I can't find a reason why this works, but it's easy and worth a try.

PS - if this works for you, there is one thing you must remember. If a Windows Update requires a restart, you must enable App Readiness before restarting, for the update to install properly. After reboot for the update, you will have to disable App Readiness Service again for the the pc to resume the faster boot.
 

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Guys, what tweaks can I do to reduce the time my Windows 8 needs to boot faster? I'm at 100 seconds at the moment.
Do you have App Readiness checked in msconfig "Services"? Or, enabled in Administrative Tools > Services? If so, try disabling it in Administrative Tools >Services" or unchecking it in msconfig "Services", and then reboot. One of my pc's takes 120 seconds to reboot when App Readiness is enabled, but only 5 seconds with it disabled. I can't find a reason why this works, but it's easy and worth a try.

PS - if this works for you, there is one thing you must remember. If a Windows Update requires a restart, you must enable App Readiness before restarting, for the update to install properly. After reboot for the update, you will have to disable App Readiness Service again for the the pc to resume the faster boot.
im over the 120 mark all so so will be trying this thank you ..
 

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Hello there Tripler.Follow http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/37373-startup-delay-time-reduce-windows-8-a.html,an excellent tutorial.by our Admin Brink,shaves off seconds instantly.
Of course,you can always,reduce your start up time,by reducing non-essentials processes,CCleaner offers this feature at a glance,or at start up tab under msconfig.msc in a run command.This thread is dedicated to such issues!
You know this is pretty much it, fact of it is ,if have more startup items then another one here, of course yours will be slower then those . Mine takes close to a minute, but if i shut off few of startups i have, sure it be even quicker, but may need those starting up or may not want to or need to disable them, maybe cause not too slow anyway . To me this does not prove how fast your system is or can be and i know just for fun.Oh, we in a rush go somewhere ,lol, so takes few seconds longer. ;)
 

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think ive got a lot to learn here .... View attachment 56492
O.k. i admit though, this is a bit of issue, but check startup items, also Services.msc
I also think a Laptop maybe because of being portable device and less hardware, may or may not also startup faster then Desktop
 
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ssd drive

these laptop all came with 5400 hard drive i open them up and i installed sdd drive in them then window pro 64 bits on them .
the restart time is only good if your ssd is fast my 2 best time are crusial ssd drive 120 gbs .i am 71 and the first time i sit in front of a computer was 7 years ago did not know nothing about them at all since then i build about 25 desktop to pass time .
but to be good at it you have to read and read a lot and register to forums and read about every thing .this is how i got to know a lot and guess what grade 6 1959 in french .
one more thing my laptop all cost me well over 1000.00 each
 

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Seems a little long compared to others here, but I also have a fair number of programs that start at boot time that I use every day. Intel 330 Series 180GB SSD in a Dell Latitude E4310.
Restart Time Benchmark.PNG
 

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Here's what I got.

restart time IV.PNG
I guess that's okay. However, I would like to see faster times.​
 
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well finally ran mine.. I must say I'm pretty disappointed.. I thought my laptop was pretty clean and fast but 28 seconds!? it should be like 17-20 at max..

I have like 2 programs that start up with my computer.. and they are just a firewall and lenovo energy.. small and lightweight..

anyway I'll be clean reinstalling anyway shortly and I'll run it right after I reinstall and see if that helps..

restattime.JPG
 

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