Fix Windows 10 slow boot up issues : Microsoft has rolled out windows 10 very recently but lot of users are facing slow boot up issues. Today we will learn how to fix Windows 10 slow boot up issues with simple tips and tricks.
Step 1: Run a thorough antivirus scan
I would advise you to update your antivirus and scan your PC thoroughly. Most you would have performed an upgrade from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10. So, there are chances that older malicious programs and virus could be the reason behind Windows 10 slow boot-up issue.
Step 2: Disable software and services from Startup
open the Task Manager by using the famous Ctrl, Shift and Esc – or by right-clicking on the Task Bar.
In the Task Manager, click on the Startup tab and disable the items with Highrating in the Startup impact rating.
However, you are advised to keep your antivirus software enabled.
Note that you can disable your Nvidia and AMD graphics driver from the startup without affecting the graphics performance of yours system.
Step 3: Enable FastStartup
In Windows 10, Microsoft enables the fast boot-up option and shutdown times using the special Hybrid Startup and Shutdown option. These options put the system into hibernation state and fixes the Windows 10 slow boot-up issue.
To make this change, you can either ask Cortana to “Open power options“- or you can launch the Control Panel and then head to the Power Options.
Under the Power Options, click on Choose What The Power Button Does from the left-hand side, then click Change Settings That Are Currently Unavailable.
Now you will be greeted with the list of options that were previously hidden. Here tick on the checkbox that says Turn On Fast Startup and save the changes.
Step 4: Use the Delayed Start for services
After step 3, restart your Windows 10 PC and press Windows Key+R to reveal the Run box.
Here type services.msc and hit Enter.
This will open a list of services that you need to scan to find the services that seem to be causing the Windows 10 slow boot-up issue.
Right-click on those, open them, and change the setting from default to delayed start. Now, click save and exit the window.
This is it. Now you can restart your PC to witness a lot faster boot-up.
Thank You!! [J-BOY] :)