Windows7 actually boot more rapidly than other Windows versions. But the more programs you install, the slower your PC will start (It is true of all Windows editions).When Windows loads it's Startup file attempts to load every program in there at the same time. Therefore if you have quite a lot of programs starting when Windows starts, each program will try and grab CPU time so that it can load.If you have a lot of programs like Antivirus, Firewall, MS Office quick start bar, Mouse Manager, Yahoo Messenger etc leads high overwork on the hard disk and this saturates Ram and CPU .This slow down the boot drastically.
Startup Delayer is a great tool that tells the startup programs you select to sit tight, be patient, and run a little bit later—after some of the traffic has cleared.
If you have your mail program and a special clock starting up, then you can make your mail start say 10 seconds after Windows has loaded, and then the special clock start 20 seconds after Windows Starts.The end result is that your computer boots much more quickly. The utility presents you with a list of all the programs that start when your system does. To set a delay for any of them, just drag the item to the white bar at the bottom of the window. You will see a line representing the application; drag it left or right to decrease or increase the delay. Startup Delayer is a freebie, and it’s one of the best ways to speed up a slow-booting computer. Even one that runs Windows 7
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