Slow laptop startup since last cumulative update

  1. gogreen's Avatar
    Posts : 253
    64-bit Windows 10 Home ver.1607

    Slow laptop startup since last cumulative update

    During the last two weeks or so, I've noticed that my laptop takes an inordinate amount of time to start up--way more time than it used to take, and that's even with fast startup enabled. I think the longer startup began after the last Windows 10 cumulative update (KB4025342), around July 11, although I can't be sure. Attached are the startup reports from Glary Utilities.

    I've run full scans both of Windows Defender and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. I've also run Malwarebytes Junk Removal Tool, TDSSKiller, and Rkill 2.8.4. All's OK with these scans. sfc /scannow is OK, too.

    For now, Hibernate is off on both my laptop and desktop, and I've chosen to allow all Windows processes and tasks. Fast startup is off on my desktop. Still, I'm looking for suggestions on how to cut the startup time, mostly on the laptop. Any specific processes, services and tasks I can do without on startup? I realize it's difficult to make these kinds of recommendations, but I thought I'd ask. It certainly seems as if there's a lot there occurring on startup that doesn't have to be.

    Thanks for any suggestions on things I can do to speed startup.
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 30,041
    Win 10 Pro (1903)

    Hi, these threads may give you some useful ideas and approaches, and means of analysis.
    windows creators update slow startup - Windows 10 Forums

    Slow boot after upgrading (rather than updating) is more commonly reported. There are plenty of other such threads should you wish more.
    Very slow boot on Win10 with SSD after creators upadte - Windows 10 Forums

    KB4025342 - you can also compare notes on this update in the News section, where there is 1 thread per update.
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