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  1. Posts : 39
    Window 7 Home Premium Dual Boot Ubuntu Linux
       #831

    lol 50 seconds


    Before disabling things like speech to text

    After disabling (will post how to do that later.)
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  2. Posts : 23
    Windows 7
       #832

    Restart time is 50 seconds. Could be faster if it didn't "hang" for about 17 seconds before the bios is starting, anyone have an idea why this is?

    I have an SSD but at startup drivers load for the G19 keyboard & LCD panel profiler and Performance Mouse MX.
    Norton Internet Security also starts automatically and I have all the windows 7 bells and whistles on including a rotating desktop background with 24 1920x1080 pictures so I guess I can't complain

    Here's the video: YouTube - Restart
    It is a cellphone video so crappy quality but it's just to show what's going on.
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  3. Posts : 31
    Windows 7 Professional
       #833

    Mine actually on average is between, 230-299, its ok. I wish i could make it better
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  4. Posts : 39
    Window 7 Home Premium Dual Boot Ubuntu Linux
       #834

    Check your Task Scheduler


    There are a couple of things that I never use that are started at the login of any user.

    Name: LPRemove
    Location: \Microsoft\Windows\MUI
    What it does: This task removes language packs that are not needed when you install Windows Vista Home Basic.

    Name: MsCtfMonitor
    Location: \Microsoft\Windows\TextServicesFramework
    What it does: Text Services Framework provides multilingual support and delivers text services such as keyboard processors, handwriting recognition, and speech recognition.
    Why it needs monitored I do not know.
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  5. Posts : 31
    Windows 7 Professional
       #835

    That seems like it would work with windows 7, ill give it a shot and see what happens.
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  6. Posts : 289
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #836

    Here's mine by only controlling startup programs, but not services with the computer in my system specs. Doesn't seem that bad I think.
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  7. Posts : 39
    Window 7 Home Premium Dual Boot Ubuntu Linux
       #837

    Edit these in your Task manager... I Quoted myself here, because I have a bad memory, and forget to post things. BTW! don't delete these, just disable them by right clicking the top panel when you get to them in the Task manager, cause you might need them later.

    There are a couple of things that I never use that are started at the login of any user.

    Name: LPRemove
    Location: \Microsoft\Windows\MUI
    What it does: This task removes language packs that are not needed when you install Windows Vista Home Basic.

    Name: MsCtfMonitor
    Location: \Microsoft\Windows\TextServicesFramework
    What it does: Text Services Framework provides multilingual support and delivers text services such as keyboard processors, handwriting recognition, and speech recognition.
    Why it needs monitored I do not know.
    I warn u that I do not know that much, but I have been running two different systems without these tasks for 2 weeks now and everything seems faster and to run fine.

    Another thing is Windows Error reporting.

    Name: QueueReporting
    Location: \Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting
    Description: Windows Error Reporting task to process queued reports.
    What it does: Uploads a bunch of system info to Microsoft when an error occurs in your system.

    Supposedly this is so that Microsoft can provide better updates, but I see it as a privacy breach.

    Oh, and this:
    Name: HotStart
    Location:\Microsoft\Windows\MobilePC

    Windows HotStart in the Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems provides built-in support for launching applications directly from system startup. Windows HotStart takes advantage of existing support in Windows Vista and Windows 7 for OnNow power management initiatives and technologies, including the platform sleep states and wake capabilities that are defined by the ACPI specification and supported by the Windows Driver Model (WDM), the underlying operating system, and platform hardware.

    Manufacturers can take advantage of Windows HotStart to add consumer-friendly application-access buttons through chassis front panels or infrared (IR) remote controls to their system designs. A common example of such a control is a media playback button that starts or wakes the computer and immediately (as soon as the system is running) presents the user with a media player or dedicated media shell.


    I don't use it, even though My acer comes with application access buttons, the acer software is redundant to what is already built-in in Windows 7.
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  8. Posts : 31
    Windows 7 Professional
       #838

    wickedfd said:
    here's mine..

    69 secs
    how did you get your desktop to do that? I hope whatever you did it works on windows 7 :P
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  9. Posts : 31
    Windows 7 Professional
       #839

    I cant find any of those processes for Windows 7. How do i Disable them?
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  10. Posts : 53,675
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #840

    See if I can manage to attach a screenshot. It's fullscreen, not a crop, but I think it shows fine. A Guy

    Attachment 70613
    Last edited by A Guy; 08 Feb 2011 at 00:50.
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