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Windows 7: Boot Time Analyzer

15 Mar 2015   #1

Win 7 - 8 - & - 10 -64bit
Boot Time Analyzer

Anyone have a good suggestion for a Boot time analyzer?

-I found a handful, and I like "Bootracer" and "Startup Delayer"

Bootracer tells me my boot times ( i know i can get these times from event logs )
Startup Delayer lets me delay certain apps that eat up CPU ( antivirus = usual suspect )

- I discovered "SYstem Mechanic Pro" and I like it , but I wont pay for the Pro version.
Also, used Soluto, and like it too, but dont like the web-based aspect of it.

-I prefer to find freeware, or opensource code.

Any suggestions?

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15 Mar 2015   #2

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

See if Autoruns has anything you might find useful.

It's a Microsoft product. I've never used it, but it appears to be powerful. Don't know if it is cryptic or will cause you to rend your own flesh.

There's also this little script you can download and run:

ReBoot Time [2]

It just gives you the time required for the ENTIRE restart procedure---not just Windows loading per se. Pretty much like bootracer I think.
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17 Mar 2015   #3

Windows 10 Pro X64

I've used Soluto for this though not in a long time (several years). Don't know what it's like now.
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17 Mar 2015   #4

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Well I've used Soluto and Bootracer. Soluto was okay when it was available as the desktop version but I don't like the web based version at all.

If you just want an idea of what takes time on boot consider:

Download Toolwiz Care - MajorGeeks - ToolwizCare (majorgeeks download)

It's no longer available from the manufacturer's site. In my opinion it should be run without installation - the option exists when you run the setup file.

Screenshots from my machine:

Boot Time Analyzer-toolwiz-care-1.jpg

Boot Time Analyzer-toolwiz-care-2.jpg

Suggest: Ignore the advice given by this software and make your own decisions on what to disable based on your own knowledge.

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