Windows 10: Windows 10 - slow startup after restart only
I disabled bluetooth already. Fast boot is able. I defragged the disk after upgrade(from 8.1 pro). I already disabled unnecessary services and startup items but still very very slow boot-up.. It freezes before lock screen and also after you log in taskbar is not accessable for a few minutes and some desktop icons are not loaded in that time. So only one thing that useful for me after upgrading to windows 10 and that was Windows + alt + R ) Recording game videos.. Otherwise windows 10 is not a proper operating system right now...
Looks like we have different issues in this thread. Some of you have problems while booting and some (me included) have problems during shutdown. They might not have the same causes.
Meanwile, I have replaced my Bluetooth mouse with a wireless mouse and my system is a breeze. Still would prefer to use the Bluetooth mouse. Dell promised to remotely troubleshoot my notebook later on today. Will post if a fix appears.
yeah maybe different issues but there is a main issue that our pc's are not as good as before. Windows 10 was good for me while i was using technical previews but after upgrade it is not usable for me. Maybe we need clean install but we are afraid of losing some data.
You think you all got it bad? I'm experiencing this too, but I kid you not when I say that I get the Windows logo and spinning icon before 45 MINUTES of black screen, on average. I don't see this on a cold boot, just on restarts. It's annoying to say the least, but downright death to productivity or game time if new software or updates need to be installed.
Recently upgraded direct from Win7 64 Home premium to Win 10.
Basically everything seems OK .... other than shutdown.
Booting is about the same, if not a tad quicker, than Win7 ... and comes in at about 40secs. But shutting down, that used to be about 10 to 15 secs, is now in the regions of 90secs.
Updates? Nope .... this happens if I shut down after a long period of use, reboot (that should have taken care of any updates!), then immediately shut down again.
Any thoughts, anyone?
Try turning on or off fast startup.
also check registry. go to key
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management
and check if ClearPageFileAtShutdown is 1. if it is 1 change it to 0.
NOTE: If none of these works change back them to default.
Ah - sorted!
Clear Page File was 0 ... left at that.
Disabling Fast Startup was the key.
Shutdown is now as it used to be! Yay!
Interestingly ... Startup is only 2 seconds slower with Fast Startup disabled. So a real result!
(Interestingly, as a bonus, this also led me to where I could add the Hibernation option back to the Power Menu. Rarely use ... but like it to be there for when I do want to use!)
I am glad that you solved your problem
--Also you can speed up your startup with checking startup items(from task manager) and services(from msconfig "click hide all microsoft services")--
Our problem is still occurs.. slow startup.. i did everything but still pc is booting very slowly. Only solution seems making a clean install
May not be your problem ... a friend cured his SERIOUSLY slow startup by not having his Samsung SSD encrypted.
Thanks for advice but i don't have ssd )
Strictly Windows 10 only. Remember this is not a cold boot.
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