How To Make Windows 10 Boot Faster

How To Make Windows 10 Boot Faster For Laptop or PC

If you find a solution for how to make windows 10 boot faster for Laptop or PC then you came to the right place. In this article, you will get a solution to your problem in a very easy way. In the list below you will get various ways to boot your Laptop or PC very quickly. Moreover, after enabling some settings that we describe in the list below make boot your Windows 10 PC very quickly.

 

Some ways that Help you to make Windows 10 PC Boot Faster

1. Enable some important setting from the control panel

  • Firstly, you can search for the “control panel” in the start menu
  • Then click on the control panel icon that will appear in the screen
  • After that, click on “Hardware and Sound”
  • Then after clicking on Hardware and Sound you saw various option but in the “Power option” Tab you see a setting “change what the power button does”.
  • Click on that and again you see some settings that are disabled, to enable these options, you see one more setting i.e “change settings that are currently unavailable”.
  • Similarly, click on that and you see some options are enabled in the “shutdown setting tab”.
  • Then Lastly, check the box that is “turned on fast startup (recommended)”. After that click on save.

 

2. Stop the Startup app

If you do lots of settings and you get no result then we suggest please check your startup program or app. Most of the time many installers will instruct the window to run their program immediately after login the PC or some software set itself to run automatically after the startup the PC. This will slow down your boot time and also this will impact on your PC performance. Moreover, This is one of the reasons to slow your Windows 10 PC Boot Faster.

Follow the instructions to check the auto startup program:

Press the shortcut key (Ctrl + Alt + Del), and then click on the Startup tab. After that, you will see the impact values for each program. Those unnecessary programs consume high %age you need to stop that program this will slow down your pc. For the stoping unnecessary program on login, just right-click on that program and select Disable.

After doing this you will see a difference that is this will increase your Windows 10 PC boot faster time.

Related: How to speed up Windows 10

 

3. Reduce the Boot Time-Out Menu

The boot menu is the Time-out that Windows gives to the user to access the boot menu. In Boot, menu users have the option to enter safe mode or recovery mode when the computer is turned on. The default setting for the given time is 30 seconds, but if you want to make booting faster then you have to reduce this default time duration to 10 to 15 seconds.

If you don’t know how to do that, then you can follow the steps given below…

  • First of all, you have to Enter the Advanced System Settings. To do that just type “Advanced System” on Windows search bar and press enter.
  • After that, a pop-up od Advanced System Settings will be opened, and here you are on the “Advanced” tab. If not then just select the “Advanced” tab and then in the “Startup and recovery” section click on the “Settings” button.
  • A new window will open on your screen, now just look in the “Time to display the list of the operating system”. After that just change the time to 10 or 15 seconds and simply click on “Ok”.

All is set now you have to have just restart your computer and see the changes.

 

4. Add Virtual Memory to your RAM

On Windows operating system Virtual memory functions work as an extension of RAM. If you want to increase the speed of your computer and want to run your system smoother, then you can increase the size of the virtual memory to make your system lighter. It is very useful for users who have systems with little RAM.

So, if you also want to increase or add Virtual memory in your computer system then just follow the steps given below…

  • First of all, you have to “performance” on the Windows search bar, and select “Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows”.
  • Now click on the “Advanced” tab, and nowhere look for the Paging file size and click on “Change” to edit it. (Paging file is another name of Virtual memory).
  • After that just uncheck Automatically managing paging file size for all drives to make changes. After unchecking this, now select custom size and set the initial size and maximum size for your virtual memory. Select the size is “Reconded” below there.

 

5. Remove Some Startup Programs

Maybe the reasons listed are not causes for your system’s slow boot time, don’t worry in that case we have another solution for you. If your computer system getting slow and you experience slowness when you logging in and actually getting to use your system in that case there too many startup programs are the reasons for that slowness.

There is much software is available that sets themselves to automatically sun at the time of startup. As soon as you log in and you have dozen of apps loading at that time then this is the reason for your computer’s slowness and in some cases, this can really shut down your system right away. So, you have to disable autorun for some startup programs. How to do that, just follow the steps given below…

  • First of all, you have to open the Task Manager. Right Click on “task Bar” and just select the “Task Manager”.
  • Once you entering in Task Manager, you have to click on “Startup Tab”.
  • Now you will see a list of active Startup programs, now just select a program that you are not really needed to turn off that program.
  • Click on that program that you don’t need and then just click on “Disable” to turn off that program.

 

6. Reset you PC

If you tried all the above solutions and no one helping in overcoming the slow windows 10 boot problem, then the last solution is to reset the Windows 10 PC. This works similar to resetting an android phone to factory settings. But if you want to rest your computer then don’t forget to backup important files on C drive.

And, another and very last solution to overcoming this problem is you have to reinstall a fresh copy of Windows 10.

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