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pustoi11603 days ago

the first thing is,turn off unnecessary autostart programs that "eat" resources. check for viruses. clean up the registry.
also defragment disk.

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ha14603 days ago

@yoursong
the best will be hardware upgrade, add SSD hard drive, more RAM, better CPU.

upgrade your graphic card driver.

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Ouragore94602 days ago

@yoursong
use CCleaner to clean files, remove your usulesses programm and use Avast to clean Virus

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Aravi602 days ago

Hi @yoursong

Open Wise 365 > Go to System Tuneup > Goto System Optimizer

Select all the options in Startup/Shutdown Acceleration > Click on optimize.



Regards

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Gorge602 days ago

If there’s one thing everyone dreads, it’s rebooting their computer. It may only take a minute or two, but it can seem like forever. Here are our top 10 tweaks that’ll make your computer boot a little faster.

This is a pretty controversial topic, as there are a lot of startup-tweaking myths out there. So, we took to the streets (of the internet) and searched for as many easy, well-supported tips as we could find. There may be others, some of which are controversial, but these 10 things are almost sure to get you a faster-booting machine.

10. Tweak Your BIOS


When you first set up your computer, your BIOS is set up to make things a bit more convenient for you, but once you’re all set up, those things can be disabled. If you hold the DEL key when you start up your computer (or whatever key your BIOS tells you to enter setup), you can turn on the “Quick Boot” option and move your hard disk to the top of the boot priority list. The Quick Boot setting will turn off the tests your computer runs when it first turns on, and the boot priority tweak will tell your computer not to look for CDs, thumb drives, or other media when it first starts, which will get you booted into your OS quicker. You can always boot up from a CD later, if you need to.

9. Clean Out Programs that Launch at Startup


One of the most tried and true ways to speed up your boot process is to keep unnecessary programs from starting up with your computer. You can do this in Windows 10 by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Esc to open the Task Manager, and going to the Startup tab. If you’re still running Windows 7, open the Start menu, type msconfig, and press enter. You’ll see all the programs that launch when you boot up your computer.

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This applications list will tell you what each of those applications does, so you know which ones you can disable and which ones you don’t want to. Previously mentioned Soluto is also a fantastic way to clean up these programs, and these days it’s got a bunch of other handy features that make it worth a download.


Know Which Apps to Remove From MSConfig with This Startup Applications List
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8. Delay Windows Services That Run at Startup


Many people argue that disabling Services from msconfig will also speed up your boot time, but we’ve found that this is more problematic than anything. However, you can delay certain startup services so that your computer boots quickly and then worries about them later—after all, you don’t need all those services the minute you start up your machine. Just open the Start menu, type services, and press enter—then right-click on any service to change its Properties.


Debunking Common Windows Performance Tweaking Myths
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7. Change Your Boot Menu’s Timeout Values


If you’re dual-booting your machine, then your boot menu probably has a “timeout value”, meaning the amount of time it waits for you to make a selection before it just boots into the default OS. On Windows, this timeout value is often 30 seconds, which is a long time to wait if you aren’t looking directly at your screen. To change this timeout value, head to msconfig, click on the Boot tab, and change the number in the timeout box to something lower. If you’re dual-booting with Linux, you’re probably running the GRUB boot menu, and you can change the timeout on that too.

6. Disable Unused Hardware


Your computer loads a lot of drivers when it first starts up, some of which you might not even use. Head into the Device Manager from the Start Menu’s search box, and look for anything you aren’t using—Bluetooth controllers, modems, and virtual Wi-Fi adapters are common culprits. Right-click on the entry you want to disable and hit “Disable”. Remember to only do this with things you don’t actually use—if you use Wireless Hosted Networks, you’ll need to keep those virtual Wi-Fi adapters enabled.

5. Install Good Antivirus and Keep It Up to Date


This should go without saying, but we’ll say it anyway: install some good antivirus software, keep it up to date, and run a regular scan. This is more of a preventative measure than an actual boot-speeding tip, but if you ever do get malware, it’s sure to slow your computer’s boot time. Plus, any antivirus program worth its salt will be lightweight and fast to start—so it won’t slow down your boot time like other bloated programs will.


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4. Remove Unnecessary Fonts


Since the dawn of time, Windows has loaded fonts at startup and slowed down the boot time. This is less of a problem than it used to be, but it can still slow you down a bit. Windows 7 loads over 200 fonts at startup; even more if you’ve installed Microsoft Office. Chances are, you use very few of those fonts, so you can hide them to speed up that process. In Windows 7, open up the Fonts folder from the Start Menu’s search box, and check off all the fonts you don’t need. Then click the “Hide” button in the toolbar. This way, if you ever want them, you can bring them back, but Windows won’t load them at startup. Note that just removing a few fonts probably isn’t going to make a noticeable difference—you’ll probably need to get rid of a few hundred. That said, you might have hundreds more fonts installed than you realized, so that isn’t as ridiculous as it sounds.

3. Upgrade Your RAM


Installing more RAM has always been an effective way of speeding up your computer, and that includes boot times. If you have a relatively new computer, you probably don’t need a RAM upgrade, but if you’re working on an older machine—especially if you’re using lots of newer programs that run at startup—a RAM upgrade may help. We’ve gone over how to replace it in both a desktop and a laptop, and even for the inexperienced, it’s a pretty simple procedure.

2. Upgrade Your Operating System



Still running Windows 7? Upgrading to Windows 8 or 10 will seriously speed up your boot time. Not every operating system upgrade will necessarily be faster, but the jump from 7 to 8 was huge, and with Windows 10 being available for free, it’s absolutely worth the switch.


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1. Install a Solid State Drive


These days, your hard drive is probably the biggest bottleneck in your machine. One of the best upgrades you can make to your computer is to install a solid state drive, which has super-fast read times that can speed up your startup considerably. They’re certainly not a cheap upgrade, nor are they without their own maintenance requirements, but if you want to speed up your computer and its boot time, you can’t go wrong by installing an SSD. The difference will be shocking.


The Complete Guide to Solid-State Drives
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Again, these aren’t the only ways to shorten your computer’s boot time, but they are some of the most well-known, trusted methods that we’ve found. If you have any of your own favorite tweaks, share them with us in the comments, but beware of myths and snake oil—there are a lot of tweaks out there that do more harm than good.

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thuan600 days ago

setup wise care 360 program

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JeremyS593 days ago

as soon as you pc powers slowly press f2 and enter setup menu use arrows to to move down to boot or config and enable quick boot@yoursong

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yogisugandi25593 days ago

A slow Microsoft Windows boot up can be caused by a number of different issues. The following document contains various suggestions and tips that can help improve the overall speed of your computer's startup. It should be noted that this page only covers a slow computer boot time; not what to do if your computer is running slow overall.

Tip: If you use your computer frequently, consider not turning it off or having your computer enter hibernation mode when pressing the power button, rather than shutting down completely.
Disable startup programs

Programs that are loaded as the computer starts up remain active in memory. Consequently, they are one of the main causes of a slow boot into Windows. Disabling programs you don't often use from automatically loading up each time the computer powers on can decrease boot time. To managing startup programs, we recommend Mike Lin's Startup Control Panel.

ScanDisk and Defrag
Using Microsoft ScanDisk and Defrag or similar disk utilities can help verify your hard drive is running free of errors while organizing stored data in the most efficient manner possible. We suggest running both of these utilities at least once every few months.
Insufficient hard drive space

For your computer to run optimally, it needs at least 250MB of available hard drive space. If you have less that this amount, slowdown in both general performance and the boot time can occur.
Determining available hard drive space.

Update drivers and Windows
Corrupt, incorrect, or out-of-date drivers can cause a number of different issues. Make sure your computer has the latest drivers as well as any available Microsoft Windows updates.


Registry cleaner
Although we do not often recommend Registry cleaners, in some rare situations they can help improve the overall performance of Windows including startup. If you have run through all of the previous recommendations without strong results, you may want to clean your system Registry.

Format and reinstall
Although you may need to backup some of your files and the process itself may be a bit time-consuming, you may want to erase everything from the computer and reinstall Windows. This process makes your computer run like it did when it was new.
Hardware upgrades

We saved these options for last because they have a cost to the user associated with them. That being said; they are some of the most effective ways to increase performance and decrease boot times.
Adding random access memory
Installing additional memory (RAM) to the computer helps increase the overall speed of the computer and in some cases can decrease the boot up times. If your computer is running less than two Gigabytes of RAM, it may be time to upgrade.

Adding a solid-state drive
An SSD is the most effective way to raise performance across the board for any computer. On both desktop and laptop computers, moving Windows from a standard hard drive to a solid-state drive will dramatically lower your boot times. Amazon.com has a full array of SSDs for users to choose from.
Comparison of solid-state and hard drives.

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