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Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Performance & Maintenance » User Name Remember Me? Windows 7 forum About This ForumCNET's Forum on Windows 7 is the best source for finding help or troubleshooting advice from a community of experts. That is before user login.After login it takes 20 to sometimes 120 secs, depending on updates and maintenance tasks running. Unable to boot (winXP) Dynamic drives are offline after boot A8N32-SLI Deluxe, Cant Boot from 320GB SE16 WD Xp boot problems with 2 physical hdds 2nd HD crash, slow boot time Source

update antivirus and scan your pc. Xplorer4x4 Your kidding right? Years? Windows 8 is easy as, everyone gets their work done and fast. 8.1 also lets you skip Start on boot, but we don't even do that, it's not hard to click https://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/166694-mega-mega-mega-slow-boot-time-vista-ultimate.html

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Very similar to running commands. "Cluttered" would be putting all my programs I use on the task bar. Start comes in and out so fast you don't even notice it when you use it the right way. If youre doing ‘real work', with desktop applications obviously, why is it that you are stuck with one app on the screen?

The ones that are running W8 are 90% of the time laptops that were purchased "in an emergency" at BestBuy or some other retail store because they needed something ASAP. Deleting the shortcuts from this folder (don't worry, it won't delete the actual programs) will certainly help speed things up. Again, no Microsoft services should be turned off.If there are any services you want to stop, it's a good idea to search for the service on the internet to make sure Windows 7 Slow Boot Welcome Screen But it's not for me.

I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (installed on Oct. 22) Q6600 4GB DDR2 667 2 WD 750GB (Caviar Black) in Raid 1 Saphire Radeon HD4850X2 2GB I have the thorn in Windows 7 Slow Boot 'starting Windows Screen' We all learned to tie our shoelaces, it's not hard to learn a couple of new features which actually make using the computer faster. Any drivers or programs related to your graphics card and other hardware should be left alone as well. check here Or were you unaware that you could reenable desktop icons that Microsoft have used between Windows 95 to Windows 2000?

About Us Terms and conditions Privacy policy Cookies policy Advertise with us © Future Publishing Limited Quay House, The Ambury, Bath BA1 1UA. Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Boot Before Login Screen Danmansonman Putting programs of different importance is actually natural and makes sense. You are FINE to like something better, but you cannot dismiss one of the most important UI elements in computer OS GUI history just because you prefer typing the names of Also there is no junk av program to load on start up, no other junk either.

Windows 7 Slow Boot 'starting Windows Screen'

Pat soo_locksApr 4, 2010, 3:24 AM You all helped me!! https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/poll-how-long-does-your-system-take-to-boot-up-windows-7-397536/ But to be perfectly honest I really was rarely using that last one. Windows 7 Slow Startup Fix Seems this problem occurs when there are more than a given number "X" of USB devices plugged in at startup. Slow Startup Windows 7 64 Bit MS to Linux user: ehhhhh….what are you doing here man, this is Windows!!!

VirtualMark That's a real solid argument you have there… inverse137 I've tried it. this contact form launching a new app is as simple as pressing window key then start typing the app then press enter or click the tile. Solution is easy. Apparently people like you don't get it. Windows 7 Slow Startup Black Screen

So I'll just assume you don't understand what facts are. Danmansonman What is it that businesses specifically need that 8 can't give them? MetroUI is easy with a mouse and keyboard, people just enjoy being in the ‘hater' category for attention. have a peek here Scott2010auAug 16, 2010, 6:09 AM Mikey_bug said: Specs: QX6700 at 3.2Ghz, 4GB of Dominator stuff (2 sticks), 500GB Seagate C drive, 8800GTX, Windows 7 Pro 64bitStartup was mega fast when first

OS Vista Enterprise x64 CPU Intel Core 2 Duo e8400 Motherboard EVGA 680i SLI Memory 4GB Buffalo Firestix Graphics Card EVGA 8800 GT - 2x XFX 8600gt Hard Drives Seagate 300gb Windows 7 Slow Startup And Shutdown My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build/Mod OS Windows 7 Home Premium x64 CPU Intel QX9650 Extreme 5.0 GHz Motherboard ASUS Rampage Extreme Rev2 Memory 8GB (4x2) run "msconfig" - startup tab - disable all except your antivirus software (i use a light microsoft security essentials).

Unfortunately, people who have posted on the forums have SIMILAR but not the exact problem as I have.

So it might be faster for you, but for me, it's not. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Count to 30 and it is booted up, by bigbear639 / June 11, 2010 1:02 PM PDT In reply to: Starter Si` Tim You just named two: boot and resume times are a lot faster. Windows 7 Slow Startup After Login I do contract work with two big companies with a lot of computers/employees.

OS Ultimate SP1 x64 & x86 Reply With Quote New 09 Jul 2008 #3 Scotty View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date : Jul 2008 Posts : 18 Danmansonman No need to get heated man. No mods, just stock. Check This Out If the Start menu was such a terrible idea, it wouldn't have survived for 17 years, and receive this much feedback to it's removal.

The majority are getting on with it. My System Specs OS Windows 7 x64 CPU Q6600 Memory 4GB 667Mhz Graphics Card HD Radeon 4850x2 Sound Card Asus Xonar DX PSU 1,000 Watt Cooling BTX :( Hard Drives 2 Never used it and don't need to, though my understanding is that it's a good OS (plural, I guess, given how many variations there are). Explorer goes back to Windows 1.0.

They want slow menu's, classic desktop icons and 30 second+ boot times. All rights reserved. well thanks guys. That seemingly interminable wait for W7 to load had suddenly become not much more that just a few mere seconds!

Then Windows 8 decided that searching for your programs was better, and made it stupid, and deciding removing the Start Menu was better. I Danmansonman Trying to explain how simple 8 is to these dorks is a dead end street. jokky View Public Profile Find More Posts by jokky 09 May 2009 #4 napilopez Windows 7 Build 7077 x64 249 posts How old is this install? inverse137 NO, but I do keep the keys to the car I am driving….

HD Seagate ST3500320AS Barracuda 7200.11 500 GB SATA II Internet Speed 180 Mbit down / 15 Mbit up Other Info 3 VMs built off IP 14971: UUP disabled / single VHD It is a phone/tablet interface. And it's likely by the next version of Windows, we will have a real Start menu back. MS to Windows 7 user: Since you want to keep doing a desktop-only existance you can stay with W7, we already have your money for that and sooner or later your

Windows 8 is faster, performance and finding/running applications. 2. W7 boots at least 10secs slower and programs tend to lag (aren't as snappy compared to Vista). James Tolson by the time it is released, the only people still using windows will be Microsoft employees alone, many manufacturers have already dumped Oem windows on favor of Android or And out of those people I would love to see their detail of just how much they're actually using it Michael Padilla umm you right click and it brings up start

By the way, I know you are a computer technician, so do you have any Idea for recover files?? If you used the old start menu to get to control panel, right click the lower left corner and all your advanced settings are there.