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Windows 7: ReBoot Time

21 Feb 2013   #1911
Brink

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by quiclslvr View Post
great info but is there any method to make windows booting as faster as windows 8?
Hello quiclslvr, and welcome to Seven Forums.

You could use the options you like in the tutorial below help increase performance some.

Optimize Windows 7

Hope this helps,
Shawn


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04 Mar 2013   #1912
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whats your restart time?


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04 Mar 2013   #1913
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whats your restart time?


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04 Mar 2013   #1914
A Guy

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Welcome to Seven Forums B470s. A Guy
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05 Mar 2013   #1915
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

Nice restart time, B470s and welcome to Seven Forums.
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05 Mar 2013   #1916
yvesj

window 7 home premium 64 bits
 
 

what i find out is you do it one time then wait one minutes now do it again and you will gain about 4 to 5 secound .
why i dont know but it work here .
in jan a was at 21 sec now this morning am at 23 secs so why do i lost 2 secs since jan that get me .
B470s as besicly the system that i have only the ram are not
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05 Mar 2013   #1917
Kari

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Fellow geeks, please let me say this and I will promise to keep out from this thread. What I say here below is my personal opinion, nothing else.

This thread is beginning to look like a pointless competition. Some of the results are clearly only possible when almost all important services are disabled thus making Windows almost unable to function as it should. This of course gives misleading results: Windows reboots in a few seconds but to start services needed it to run after it has rebooted takes some extra time.

Here's a good example what I mean, "pimping" reboot speed only for speed's sake:

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yvesj View Post
what i find out is you do it one time then wait one minutes now do it again and you will gain about 4 to 5 secound .
why i dont know but it work here .
What? If you are not happy with a 30 second reboot time, reboot again and you might get 26 seconds? What is the point? Do you have a computer only to try to win a reboot race?

And this. I hope you get a lot of love and support from your family and friends in these difficult times. You've lost 2 seconds of your record time, everybody can relate to that, it is a catastrophe!

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in jan a was at 21 sec now this morning am at 23 secs so why do i lost 2 secs since jan that get me .
B470s as besicly the system that i have only the ram are not
My recommendations for this OP(*):
- Search Google for every possible Tune Up and Speed Your PC app you can find, buy them all and tune your PC as much as possible
- Delete everything possible
- Shrink your system HD leaving only about 5 to 10 gigs free space
- Remove every device except system HD, mouse, keyboard and display
- Remove all registry entries you think are unnecessary

Now try again. If it's still a second from your record, disable all startup services and try again. Continue using the tuning apps to make that last effort, we all will then praise you when you get a new record!

Very sincerely,

Kari


(*) I trust you geeks understand my sarcasm. Of course I would never recommend something this stupid.
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05 Mar 2013   #1918
yvesj

window 7 home premium 64 bits
 
 

sorry about waht you thing .first i never deleted any thing to get the best .
this what you say that every one is doing .not me [Delete everything possible
- Shrink your system HD leaving only about 5 to 10 gigs free space
- Remove every device except system HD, mouse, keyboard and display
- Remove all registry entries you think are unnecessary]i do not do that .
possible reboot time .never deleded any thing on the startup ether.all my reboot are done the way it is when i build them period.
i do build all my pc i have 4 of them on the go now .

no it as nothing to do with the performance of your pc .
to me it your reboot time is fast your computer is going to be fast on any thing you do with it .
i only have grade 6 1959 and never been on a pc before 2007 and 7 month later i build my first one .
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05 Mar 2013   #1919
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Don't mind Kari, he is our lovable angry old man

A Guy
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05 Mar 2013   #1920
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

Kari, of course this thread is a competition, it was started for that purpose, much the same as the 'Show Us Your WEI' thread is, or 'Show Us your Heaven Benchmark'. To some people, benchmarking is important. Not too much for me, but I do participate occasionally. And no, in the real world, it makes little difference what your reboot time is or how fast your graphics card is. But, just like many things in life, it makes some people happy and others find little interest in it.
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