Windows 10: Very slow boot on Win10 with SSD after creators upadte

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  1.    27 Oct 2017 #21

    But if you do restart your system it will take 3 or 4 min !
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    win10 pro x64 ver. 1709 bld. 17046.1000
       28 Oct 2017 #22

    nope, just did, well under a minute. bit longer than if it was a cold start, as i added in the shutdown time. (i've got shutdown set to autoend hung programs, and to use minimum wait times).
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  3.    03 Aug 2018 #23

    Yes l can and will help. I endured this problem and was sent diving though hoops with all these fixes an d suggestions, finally i was going through old pc magazines and found this in the November 2017 issue. As soon as I read THIS step i knew my problems were over ! I have copied and pasted the step verbatim here. The no again to PC Magazine for ending nearly a year of frustration, please pass it around ( include Microsoft) so they might have a clue also.

    10. Disable ClearPageFileAtShutdown and LargeSystemCache
    >
    > Windows is quick to implement things that are no longer necessary.
    > An SSD operates on flash memory, making it possible to easily overwrite
    > things on the disk
    >
    > Therefore, the page file doesn’t need to be erased while the computer’s
    > shutting down. This will make the Windows shutdown process much faster.
    > LargeSystemCache, on the other hand, exists primarily in Server versions
    > of Windows and tells the computer whether it should use a large cache for
    > pages on the drive.
    >
    > Both these options are found in your registry editor under
    >
    > Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Current\ControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management

    Remember 1 = On 0 = OFF ; turn both OFF
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  4.    04 Aug 2018 #24

    Thanks for posting what worked for you.

    Interesting that ClearPageFileAtShutdown exists on your PC- it doesn't by default... at least not on build 1709.

    For ref. and with relevant note, in particular that ClearPageFileAtShutdown has to be created:
    Note: Enabling this on SSDs will increase the amount of data written to the SSD on every shut down or restart. The page file is usually quite large in size, so several gigabytes will be written to the SSD.
    How to Clear Pagefile at Shutdown in Windows 10

    LargeSystemCache exists on mine, value 1.

    My boot to lock screen is about 12s.

    was sent diving though hoops with all these fixes an d suggestions
    - there are many possible causes of a slow boot. You seem to be suggesting this is the one. Glad it worked for you.
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