How to speed up booting time in Windows

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August 3, 2011

Who wouldn’t want to use a faster PC. Sometimes, we get so annoyed with our computers when they take minutes after minutes to boot up. Wouldn’t you want your computer to boot faster without doing much? Here is a registry trick that can considerably lower the startup time of your computer.
For this trick, you will need to use the registry editor. Press Windows+R to open the Run dialog and type regedit and hit Enter. On the left page, you will see a couple of folders. Migrate to the following location in the registry edtior.

HKEY_LOACAL_MECHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentContro lSet\Contr ol\ContentIndex

Now find the key called “StartupDelay”. Double click on it and you will get a box with a value data which is 75300 by default. Now select the decimal radio button. The value will now change to 480000. Change it to somewhere around 40000-50000 and click OK. Now restart your computer. You will see that the boot time of your computer has considerably reduced.

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  • It is safe…?

  • Anonymous

    yes, you can change the value to the original whenever you wish 😉