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Windows 7: remove welcome screen


16 Jul 2009   #1

windows 7
 
 
remove welcome screen

can we remove the welcome screen of windows 7 like xp??????how?

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16 Jul 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

What screen are you referring to, the log on screen or something else?
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16 Jul 2009   #3

windows 7
 
 

yes the log on screen. can we disable it or remove?
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16 Jul 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Well I think you can have it set to Auto login somewhere but I haven't really looked into it because I don't get the login screen as I don't use a password, just found a great tutorial that should show you the way by one of our Great Admin Shawn. Log On Automatically at Startup
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16 Jul 2009   #5

windows 7
 
 

i already done that tutorial. what i mean is that when you turn on the computer it directly login to windows (where the icons are).
after the boot screen. without displaying the welcome screen.

can we do that???

why im asking that, coz my computer runs with 1 gb memory (128 on vga, 896 usable.) that's why i have to disable the welcome screen to speed up the login boot time.
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17 Jul 2009   #6

vista 32bit - win 7 RC
 
 

do what mrGrim and I do. don't use a password, and make only one account (admin account). this will not show you the logon screen. that is if you're confident that no one can touch you machine or there's nothing worth stealing.

or do you mean to show the desktop right after the loading bar? without the please wait and welcome?
that i don not know. hehe
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17 Jul 2009   #7

Win7 7600 x64
 
 

Try this, in the search bar in the start menu type msconfig, a box should appear, choose the boot tab, in the boot options tick the box that says "No GUI boot," click apply and restart.
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17 Jul 2009   #8

Windows 7 RC build 7100x64 // 7260x32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ilesal View Post
Try this, in the search bar in the start menu type msconfig, a box should appear, choose the boot tab, in the boot options tick the box that says "No GUI boot," click apply and restart.
This works but it still takes the same time to boot up would rather the boot GUI on
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18 Jul 2009   #9

Win7 7600 x64
 
 

You asked if it could be removed, not reduce boot time. My system boots in about 45 seconds, is it really an issue waiting for less than a minute?

Anyway, you can reduce boot time by checking what programs launch on start, things like Java update, nero, etc just stop them by again using the msconfig and selecting the startup tab and unchecking the stuff you don't want. Other things you can do is remove icons from your desktop, empty recycling bin, defrag your HDD, uninstall unused software and bloatware. Delay start of antivirus.
Check your bios, (this will be done by pressing either F1, F10, or the DEL key when booting,)look for a quick boot mode and if it has one set it. Doing so will cause your computer to skip the boot-up memory tests and Power On Self Tests. While in your bios check th eboot order and make sure your HDD is first and not CD or USB.
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18 Jul 2009   #10

Windows 7 RC build 7100x64 // 7260x32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ilesal View Post
You asked if it could be removed, not reduce boot time. My system boots in about 45 seconds, is it really an issue waiting for less than a minute?

Anyway, you can reduce boot time by checking what programs launch on start, things like Java update, nero, etc just stop them by again using the msconfig and selecting the startup tab and unchecking the stuff you don't want. Other things you can do is remove icons from your desktop, empty recycling bin, defrag your HDD, uninstall unused software and bloatware. Delay start of antivirus.
Check your bios, (this will be done by pressing either F1, F10, or the DEL key when booting,)look for a quick boot mode and if it has one set it. Doing so will cause your computer to skip the boot-up memory tests and Power On Self Tests. While in your bios check th eboot order and make sure your HDD is first and not CD or USB.
Or you could go by an Asus P5Q-SE and enable the Express gate and you can boot and be on the net in 5 seconds =)
Loving it

I tested what you siad before of my laptop that takes forever to load
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