Help in finding Windows Process that affect boot times

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    Help in finding Windows Process that affect boot times


    I recently upgraded my computer with a SSD and it really helped with boot times . I have stopped almost all start up programs . The bios time is 1.9 secs, Boot time is 46491msec . Bootpostbootime is 34400 msec . Is there a way to find which processes are taking large portions of this 34400 msec? Thanks
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    Use the Windows Performance Recorder (free from MS).

    If you search this site for
    slow boot
    or
    Windows Performance Recorder

    you will find plenty of example threads and download links for the tool.

    Download and Install Windows Performance Toolkit in Windows 10 | Windows 10 Tutorials
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    dalchina said:
    Use the Windows Performance Recorder (free from MS).

    If you search this site for
    slow boot
    or
    Windows Performance Recorder

    you will find plenty of example threads and download links for the tool.

    Download and Install Windows Performance Toolkit in Windows 10 | Windows 10 Tutorials
    OK. I will check it out. Seems complicated to use though .
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    Your other options are to pay an expert or ask geeky friend...
    Technical analysis needs technical tools.
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    dalchina said:
    Your other options are to pay an expert or ask geeky friend...
    Technical analysis needs technical tools.
    I think I will try to find out the slow way by process of elimination ,at least find out if non windows processes are causing the slow bootpostboottime.
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  6. Posts : 34,992
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    You will find the performance recorder trace, with help from @zinou if possible, is the way forward.

    If you can prepare a trace as per one of the threads and upload it, it would be ready to look at. I can't think of any other way anyone here can help you.

    However, since you are concerned mostly about time from login, a tool like Autoruns (free from MS) would give you more control over what is starting up than the task manager- it exposes EVERYTHING from drivers upwards, in categorised sections.
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    I did a clean boot ie disable all non windows processes and all startup items . The difference with clean boot and what I had before was 1 second. The BootpostbootTime improved by 400msec. So it looks like the 30000msec bootpostboottime is taken up by Windows processes.

    I will look into autoruns. Tks
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    dalchina said:
    You will find the performance recorder trace, with help from @zinou if possible, is the way forward.

    If you can prepare a trace as per one of the threads and upload it, it would be ready to look at. I can't think of any other way anyone here can help you.

    However, since you are concerned mostly about time from login, a tool like Autoruns (free from MS) would give you more control over what is starting up than the task manager- it exposes EVERYTHING from drivers upwards, in categorised sections.
    I am going to try a boot trace: Which boxes of Resource Analysis should I check ? How many runs? TKs
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    Hi, you can see examples from other threads on this topic on this forum. zinou has posted links to instructions in various threads. However, what you select will vary depending on what you are focussing on.

    I'm not an expert on this I'm afraid, more an observer.
    Last edited by dalchina; 03 Nov 2018 at 14:13.
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