Windows 10: Windows 10 10586.3 and slow login problem Solved

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    Win10Pro 64bit build 10586.17
       17 Nov 2015 #11

    phamthanhnhan said: View Post
    First of all, make sure you have enable UEFI in your OS and also in your BIOS's setup, too =))
    And then, try remove the PIN, log on by password and MS account
    Make sure you have turned on Fast Startup in contro panel (require Admin's permision)
    Do not perform 3 methods at once, try each mothod each time and perform a clean restart * and perform 3-4 time for each method
    (* clean restart : I get that name from an IT, that mean you shutdown your PC first, then wait for 5-10 sec, then press power button again, and do not choose restart in power menu, remember to choose shutdown)
    Explain
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    EL Capitan
       17 Nov 2015 #12

    DeaconFrost said: View Post
    He's running an SSD, so the Defragger shouldn't come in to play at all. McAfee is junk so you can surely find a better replacement, even free, if Defender isn't an option.

    As for the OP, have you tried updating network drivers? The time you are seeing the delay is when Windows is typically trying to connect and verify log in credentials.
    Defrag handles Trim and only Optomizes to make sure that if a part of the memory is starting to fail. It will move it to a reserved slot and make that one active.

    I disagree with you on McAfee. Because after testing everything out there. McAfee was the only one to not hog the CPU when you boot up or it decides to suddenly scan like the Stupid Windows Defender likes to do.

    I do not go by what the likes of PCMag or some forum decides. I have one machine reserved that is for nothing else but software testing for clients.
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       17 Nov 2015 #13

    JIGSAW said: View Post
    Explain
    Disregard the Fast Startup comment. It has been known to cause problems with certain motherboards and Bios's that still do not play well with Hibernate.
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  4.    17 Nov 2015 #14

    bro67 said: View Post
    I disagree with you on McAfee. Because after testing everything out there. McAfee was the only one to not hog the CPU when you boot up or it decides to suddenly scan like the Stupid Windows Defender likes to do.
    I assumed that was a known fact. Most of the AV comparatives rate it very low in detection. There are still far better options.
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  5.    18 Nov 2015 #15

    I guess I'm not the only one with this problem. My 2015 Asus zenbook 305f (256ssd, 8gbram) (pre packaged with win10) is a week old. Once I did the Nov 2015 win 10 update I have noticed a 30s wait between typing in my pw and waiting for the desktop to appear. Prior to that it was maybe 6 seconds. I disabled all startup programs. Have enabled/disenabled fast startup, disabled/enabled the requirement for a pw at login, but still no change. What gives? I notice that in msconfig I have 194 services running at startup (95% microsoft, a few intel/asus and 1 for mozilla/adobe)
    However, if just do a reset, the login screen is maybe there for 5 s.

    I find this frustrating as my 2009 macbook pro with a 2.26 intel core duo and 8gb ram with a ssd takes like 3 seconds... I would think that a computer 6 years newer would surely be quicker than 30s...
    Any other suggestions?
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  6.    19 Nov 2015 #16

    win10moogin said: View Post
    I guess I'm not the only one with this problem. My 2015 Asus zenbook 305f (256ssd, 8gbram) (pre packaged with win10) is a week old. Once I did the Nov 2015 win 10 update I have noticed a 30s wait between typing in my pw and waiting for the desktop to appear. Prior to that it was maybe 6 seconds. I disabled all startup programs. Have enabled/disenabled fast startup, disabled/enabled the requirement for a pw at login, but still no change. What gives? I notice that in msconfig I have 194 services running at startup (95% microsoft, a few intel/asus and 1 for mozilla/adobe)
    However, if just do a reset, the login screen is maybe there for 5 s.

    I find this frustrating as my 2009 macbook pro with a 2.26 intel core duo and 8gb ram with a ssd takes like 3 seconds... I would think that a computer 6 years newer would surely be quicker than 30s...
    Any other suggestions?
    There seems to be no solution to this yet, and i've searched a lot. I was hoping that new cumulative updated released yesterday which updates the build number to 10586.11 would make somewhat of a difference, but unfortunately my hopes have been shattered more than a glass of whiskey in a bar during an irish sailors reunion.
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       19 Nov 2015 #17

    DeaconFrost said: View Post
    I assumed that was a known fact. Most of the AV comparatives rate it very low in detection. There are still far better options.
    That is because the articles out there are paid by the ones that make the #1 spot on the list.
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       19 Nov 2015 #18

    Yes I have McAfee Live Safe and have had no issues with it at all has a good record in fact all of my systems I look after in the house have McAfee on them including all the smartphones we use.
    When big upgrade came I did not even shut down McAfee and once upgraded it came back in.
    Check that your drivers are up to date as I have an automatic driver updater installed and on every upgrade and the update just installed one driver updated its self.
    This is on all laptops and tablets we use for business and pleasure
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       19 Nov 2015 #19

    MartinMDL said: View Post
    A few days ago I successfully upgraded my W10 10240 RTM PRO build to the new 10586.3 one, everything went fine. Unfortunately though I'm now faced with a problem I didn't have before: the login process is kinda slow.
    Suggestions :

    1. Run a system restore. Pick a date when you did NOT have this "slowness" as your restore point.
    System Restore Windows 10

    2. If nothing has helped, do a Rest option.
    Left click at Start button > left side, click Settings > select Update & Security > left side, click Recovery > right side, under Reset this PC, click the Get started button.
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  10.    19 Nov 2015 #20

    bro67 said: View Post
    That is because the articles out there are paid by the ones that make the #1 spot on the list.
    Definitely not the sites I read. Possibly for magazines and their respective websites, but not ones like AV Comparitives. McAfee always has been junk and still is.
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