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Windows 7: Slower reboot with Superfetch !

26 Nov 2011   #11
MilesAhead

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

In Vista I saw benefit to only caching boot files. But after a long time running Windows 7 the same way I tried making a small page file and setting the registry settings to the default pair of '3's. Programs I use frequently are favored slightly. Programs I seldom use I notice a slight lag. It does make a difference.

Try setting Superfetch service to Automatic Delayed Start. That got rid of the tiny lag I noticed when booting. Not so much the boot was slow but the drive was kind of busy as Superfetch wants to start gathering stats a bit too soon. At least on my setup it's smoother with delayed start.


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