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Boot Options for Faster Windows Startup

You’re probably one of the many users who soon become annoyed when they turn on their PC to find that is takes 30 seconds or more to start up, before Windows is ready to go.  This is simply a waste of time and the fact is that if you don’t completely shut down your PC when you have finished working on it, then you can start it up much more quickly when you need it, without wasting power. Using the Hibernate and Sleep modes, you can boot Windows in seconds and have the programs and documents you were previously working on opened ready for immediate use. Then you are able to continue to work from exactly where you left off when you closed down the machine, and don’t have to go through the tedious process of hunting around for the documents you were working on. Use the steps in this article to configure your Windows boot options for a faster system startup.

Category: Issues, Optimisation
Issue: 2015 Issue 7 July
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8
Article Reference: B200

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