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Windows 7: slower boot time after patch? how?????!


07 Sep 2012   #1

win7 64 bit with SP1
 
 
slower boot time after patch? how?????!

Very interesting observation:

I have a spare pc with Windows 7 64bit professional (no SP1) on a ssd which I bought a year ago. Back then, it booted within 20sec or so. I noticed a slower boot time after the SP1 patch. So I assumed the patch slows the PC and so I went on with my life.

Now that I bought a new PC with a Windows 7 SP1 64bit professional DVD, I expected to have a slower boot time since SP1 was already added on the DVD. But to my surprise, it booted just as fast, around 17 sec on a fresh install.
I rebooted and got the same 17 sec. Next, I updated the recommended patches. I did not install anything else that was optional, any MB drivers, GPU drivers, etc. Just plain recommended windows updates. Boot time went from 17 to 46 seconds. How can that be? Am I missing something? If patches slow PCs, then the new DVD should have done so from the beginning.


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08 Sep 2012   #2

MS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
 
 

loobia,
Welcome to Seven Forums.

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