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Windows 7: ReBoot Time

23 Jan 2013   #1841

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

It takes me about 5 minutes to reboot my work pc. I'm not complaining.


Whats the post number of interest to start reading at.


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23 Jan 2013   #1842

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 X64 (Windows 8.1, Linux Mint, Windows XP and others in VM)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Golden View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by startas View Post
P.S. And as i can see, you guys definitely arent pro's/skilled in computers, cause you just found one bad word and started to cry and telling heroic stories about me, without reading everything first and trying to understand, what in my post was actually important
The difference in you and a 'Pro' is that a real pro does not have to run around and tell people he is a pro. And telling people they should throw their SSD in the air and shoot it to make the world a better place, is not being a pro. I really know very little about you, but we have people here who have forgotten more about computers than you will ever know. To believe that restart time or WEI scores tells you if you have a good computer says a lot about the person making that statement.

No matter what your restart time is or what your WEI score is has not one thing to do with having a good computer. If your computer runs well enough to make you happy and will do what you need it to do, it is a good computer for you. If you have to have the biggest, fastest and latest technology, I say go for it. But, if someone else does not require that does not make their computer 'crap'. Computers to most people are a tool used to get a certain job done. If their tool will do that and meet their expectations, it is a good tool. On this forum we do not tell people their computer is crap. We try to help them if their computer is not running to their expectations and help if they have problems. If the comments that have been made about your posts don't tell you that, Then perhaps you should re-read them. We come here to help people, not to insult them.
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23 Jan 2013   #1843
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by startas View Post
I dont really care if your pc is crap or not, that wasnt most important thing i wanted to say I was just saying, that its not bad to know something about your pc, like if it has performance problems, what causes it, what other bad things can happen to your pc because of something, that causes performance problems. If you would know, what performance you should get with your pc components, then you could compare you actual performance with performance, that you should get, and then you would see, if everything is ok with your pc. Even if your pcs numbers are not bad, its performance says differently, unless there is a logical reason, what causes it, like startup programs And if you dont care about boot time, it can say few things about your pc (yeah, maybe it doesnt affect you calculations, but it definitely is affecting other programs start time), like if it works as it should, i.e., i now have laptop with core i3 2.4 ghz and c300 ssd, you can call it whatever you want, but most important thing is that its working as it should.

P.S. And as i can see, you guys definitely arent pro's/skilled in computers, cause you just found one bad word and started to cry and telling heroic stories about me, without reading everything first and trying to understand, what in my post was actually important
Don't post info for which you obviously know nothing about bud. I don't care what you think say or do Mr Pro. You are a professional what, auto mechanic, plumber? We often get trolls here who proclaim they are pro and tell us all what we do wrong. As Steve said if one is a true pro it shows in their writing and has no need to tell us so, lol.
Good to start my day with a heart guffaw.
Now I'll go play with my crappy PC and cry.
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23 Jan 2013   #1844

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP 1
 
 

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Well, after all these comments I was curious about mine and decided to check it out. Not as good as Kelly's 29 seconds, but I can live with it.


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23 Jan 2013   #1845

Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by startas View Post
I dont really care if your pc is crap or not, that wasnt most important thing i wanted to say I was just saying, that its not bad to know something about your pc, like if it has performance problems, what causes it, what other bad things can happen to your pc because of something, that causes performance problems. If you would know, what performance you should get with your pc components, then you could compare you actual performance with performance, that you should get, and then you would see, if everything is ok with your pc. Even if your pcs numbers are not bad, its performance says differently, unless there is a logical reason, what causes it, like startup programs And if you dont care about boot time, it can say few things about your pc (yeah, maybe it doesnt affect you calculations, but it definitely is affecting other programs start time), like if it works as it should, i.e., i now have laptop with core i3 2.4 ghz and c300 ssd, you can call it whatever you want, but most important thing is that its working as it should.

P.S. And as i can see, you guys definitely arent pro's/skilled in computers, cause you just found one bad word and started to cry and telling heroic stories about me, without reading everything first and trying to understand, what in my post was actually important
Don't post info for which you obviously know nothing about bud. I don't care what you think say or do Mr Pro. You are a professional what, auto mechanic, plumber? We often get trolls here who proclaim they are pro and tell us all what we do wrong. As Steve said if one is a true pro it shows in their writing and has no need to tell us so, lol.
Good to start my day with a heart guffaw.
Now I'll go play with my crappy PC and cry.
Yep, another troll. And i didnt said that i was pro, i said that you arent pros, so, you guys cant even read and understand, what i wrote... How is that not trolling ?
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23 Jan 2013   #1846
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
Gary, don't worry about it. nobody here, except maybe startas, thinks your computer is crap. Does it really make a difference if your computer starts in 28 seconds or 40 seconds? I doubt 12 seconds is the difference in a good computer and a piece of crap. Only someone who doesn't understand anything about computers would think that.
You're right Steve, kids! With editing I can show my PC to boot in 2 seconds if I wanted too.

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23 Jan 2013   #1847

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by startas View Post
Trolling maybe you are, but not me. Yet again, you just cant understand what i wrote, so your comment doesnt make any sense. I didnt said that you all arent pro's, just few who cry. And thats how computers work - identical computers with identical hardware/software should work identically in theory, and at least 95 % resemblance practically. Its not like computer didnt like the taste of electricity this morning and it decided to not work today, trolololol. But if you think that way, then, well, good luck.
Oh, I understood exactly what you said, you see, my brain is powerful enough to comprehend what someone has said. Let me repeat this for you since you had trouble with it the first time......computers with identical hardware will always run a little different. Wait.....let it sink in. There, we aren't talking in "theory", we are talking real life. Did you not make it through Computers 101? That is one of the first things you should have learned in there. Don't worry, you are in the right place to learn as we try to be a very helpful community. I can see from the day you joined, and how much you've contributed, you may want to spend a little more time reading and less time posting until you can get that brain/hand issue worked out, or it may be worked out for you. We are here to talk shop, help out, and learn.......you aren't doing any of those things.
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23 Jan 2013   #1848

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

startas, I don't believe you are trying to troll, you did try to start a flaming war, insulting members repeatedly will not give you any credit in this forum. In fact you will find the opposite.
Your computer knowledge, from your previous posts, indicate that you should spend more time reading than posting, as mentioned previously.
This is not intended to insult you, just advise that you may consider if you wish to learn from this forum.
Proceed with your current approach at your own risk.
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24 Jan 2013   #1849

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Good way to find a quick exit. Better hope the mods are in a good mood if they see this thread. A Guy
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24 Jan 2013   #1850

Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
startas, I don't believe you are trying to troll, you did try to start a flaming war, insulting members repeatedly will not give you any credit in this forum. In fact you will find the opposite.
Your computer knowledge, from your previous posts, indicate that you should spend more time reading than posting, as mentioned previously.
This is not intended to insult you, just advise that you may consider if you wish to learn from this forum.
Proceed with your current approach at your own risk.
Thats exactly the problem - you people just dont understand what i wrote, it looks like your brain isnt powerful enough to understand, what i what wrote, because you starting to interprete my words in your on way, and a simple joke you consider as flame war - really pro, concentrating on joke and starting flame war instead of understanding truth meaning of my words...

Plus i would like to add, that your instant negative mood against innocent people, just because your brain isnt powerful enough to process a simple joke and an usefull suggestion, is worth attention of admins, too.

All you care about is not getting some help, but finding reason to immediately attack people, so fukc you, cause its not like i needed help, i just wanted to help, but if you dont wanna get help, do as you want.
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