Guide to Fast Boot Windows 10

Windows 10 is one of the best interfaces to work on. With all its interactive tabs and easy to use features, it has won millions of hearts over a short time. People have loved, appreciated and accepted the new platform. However, there is this issue of slow startup on several computers. Many of computers that are updated from previous versions of Windows face the problem of a slow boot. So how to make Windows 10 PC boot faster? Know all about it here.

To find out the reasons behind the slow startup is like digging deeper into its complex and simple features. We have enlisted different reasons of slow boot time of windows. We are also digging on how to make it boot faster. Let us have a look at the story of slow boot time of Windows 10.

Why do Windows 10 Boot Slowly?

As stated above, there can be different reasons of slow boot time of Windows 10. It can be the capacity of the machine to the updates and application usage. Here are some of the usual issues that make the windows 10 boot slow;

HDD Drive to SSD – Most of the computers that are upgraded directly from Windows 10 may face slow boot time. Most of the computers from Windows 7 time have HDD drive, and it highly affects the functionality of your system including Boot. However, the latest computers that come with Windows 10 have SSD Drives and it dramatically changes the boot time of the computer.

Startup Programs – Windows 10 has many startup programs by default. With its amazing user interface, there are some unnecessary startup programs. These startup programs interfere with the startup process making the boot time slow.

Some third party tools are generally interference for the boot process. While installing, they make it a default startup program.

Corrupt File System – There are chances of corrupt system files that make the boot process slower. It can be due to the presence of a virus, sudden or force shut down. Copying of files from an external device etc. in such cases the boot process becomes too slow.

This scenario may even lead to deletion of some of the system files. In such case, you need to know methods of deleted file recovery.

How to Make Windows 10 PC Boot Faster?

Let’s try to make your Boot process faster. Windows 10 gives its users the comfort to optimize the startup process automatically. However, you have other options to make a fast boot of your Windows 10. Here are some of the steps you can take to fast boot your Windows 10;

Use Fast Startup Option - You can use power options and change settings. The power options can be found in the control panel. You can access the power option using the search option too.

Go to power option - Use search or Control panel

Click – Choose what power button does.

Click System Settings – Change Current settings

Check on – Turn on Fast Startup

Windows 10 Startup Manager – This is one of the best options to make the windows boot faster. You can access this option using the task manager.

Right click on Task Bar and select Task Manager.

Or use the shortcuts – Ctrl + Alt + Del and select Task Manager

You can also use – Ctrl + Alt + Esc to directly access the Task Manager.

As the task manager is accessible – go to more details to access all the open programs.

Go to Startup tab – it will display all the startup programs.

You can select the unnecessary startup programs and eliminate them from starting on startup.

Use BIOS Settings – In most of the computers, you can actually tweak with the BIOS setup and increase the boot speed to a great extent.

In most of the cases, there is boot order that involves checking for external drives and other elements to boot. Then it comes to the computer’s hard drive. you can change the boot priority. Similarly, you can change some BIOS settings to make the boot process faster.

Finally, there are some other things that you may think of trying like a conventional Windows. Like Windows 10 has featured automatic disk defragmentation, use of a third party PC cleaner software. Such actions will not prove to be very helpful since Windows 10 has already provided with automatic disk defragmenter and automatic cleaning.

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John Harris

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As a tenured data recovery specialist, John shares exceptional insights and blog posts about data loss and data recovery across any storage device. With 8+ years’ experience in writing for Data Recovery for both Mac OS and Windows OS computers, he is an avid learner who always wants to polish and simplify the data recovery process. John passes his free time playing Chess and reading Science Fiction novels.

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