PC Booting Slow? Speed up System Start Up

Here is a small tweak (not exactly) to speed up the System Startup. The system start up speed may go down due to several reasons. But the most common one is the Clustering of the system startup programs. Too many programs start when the user logs in or the system restarts. This is a very big hassle. Many viruses/trojans too can be found in the system startup folder.
Removing these will have a (very) noticeable effect on the start up speed and may even prevent some malwares from starting up. Here’s how you can remove them.
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Follow these steps to remove the startup programs in Windows Operating System:

  1. Go to Start –> Run
    or
    Type (Windows Key+R)
    Run-msconfig
  2. Type “msconfig” (without the quotes) and press Enter
  3. The System Configuration Utility will open. Go to the Startup tap at the end.
    MSConfig
  4. Untick all the unwanted programs. I suggest you Disable all of them by clicking on the “Disable All” Button on the bottom right corner.
  5. Once You are done deselecting the ones you don’t need or want, Click on Apply and then Click on Close.
    It will ask you to Restart to apply the changes. Click on Restart, and see the change for yourself.
    System ConfigurationThat’s it. You are done.

  6. You can even Disable the Services you don’t need by Going to the Services tab in the System Configuration Utility.

     

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