Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Boost Your Booting Time

Boost Your Booting Time
Step 1: Hard Check UpOver time, your hard drives gets degraded both physically and digitally. It’s important to monitor your drives hlth. An error or damaged sector can throw software loading into an infinite loop causing long load times. To check your drive hlth:
1. Click Start
2. Choose Computer
3. Right Click your Hard Drive
4. Choose Properties
5. Click Check Drives Hlth. After, the check up gives you repair options or a cln bill of hlth.
6. Restart to get a faster boot up.

Step 2: Eliminate Startup Delay
To get faster boot up speeds, you can cut the boot delay to 0. The delay is in place to allow your startup processes some brthing room during loading. Your default delay is 30 seconds. So, you can eliminate it for faster boot up times.
1. Open your Start menu.
2. Click Run
3. In the command screen, type msconfig
4. In the system configuration utility, click either BOOT tab.
5. In the boot menu, change the default setting for the Time Out from 30 to 5 seconds.

Step 3: Organize your Hard DriveIf you are looking for something in a messy room, naturally, it’s going to take you longer to find something. This is a good metaphor for a hard drive. Over time, filing system gets disorganized. Periodically, you need to reorganize this filing system on your hard drive. Luckily, has a good utility called Defrag that will put your system in order.
1.Open the Start Menu
2. Click on My Computer
3. Right Click your C: drive or your hard drive .
4. Scroll down to the Click Properties
5. In the Properties Menus, Open the “Tools” menu.
6. Choose Defragment.
7. In the Deframenter menu. Click on Defragment

Step 4: Remove Excess Startup ProgramsMost programs you add to your computer will opt to load when you startup your computer. Eventually you will rack up a load of programs that kill faster boot times. You need to reduce the startup programs. You can sily disable unnecessary startup programs. Here is how:
1. Open your Start menu.
2. Click Run
3. Type msconfig, click Enter
4. In the system configuration utility,click either services or startup tab.
5. Uncheck all programs that your are no longer want to run in the background.
6. Click OK


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