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The system is running beautifully, I'm still not quite used to how fast everything loads.. I noticed (my dad also noticed) everything looks a little sharper & more detailed now.. It's the same monitor & HDMI to DVI-D cable!?
I found it by doing a Google search for restart-time.vbs, I just checked & it looks like someone has already posted it here in the forums.. Restart Time.
If you want to know you're Restart Time, just look at the top of the post I linked to, it's much faster/"safer."
"You can also view the startup logs in Event Viewer (C:\Windows\system32\eventvwr.msc) under Applications and Services Logs, Microsoft, Windows, Diagnostics-Performance, and Operational. The logs will be in the middle to show you what ran at startup, how long it took, and more."
"I would be hesitant to install anything that's going in at Windows boot time. Call me paranoid but I just don't like that idea."
I'm usually kind of anal about security on my PC.. I always research everything online before I download it, I also scan all files (with several scanners, Malware, Antivirus etc..) I download to make sure they are safe. I also have a fairly strict policy when it comes to anyone using my system, I learned the hard way, I had a nephew (he was 16 at the time) spend the night a few years ago & he stayed up half the night using the computer & I ended up spending the next day re-installing XP. There was so much crap downloaded it would have taken longer to clan the system as it did to start fresh.. plus, I never truly trust a system once it has been infected anyway!
Later, Phil B.
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