The majority of us use Windows, and that can be said for computer users all over the world. But we hate to love it sometimes given it can be slow during booting. Your typical PC (by that I mean a mid-range computer) takes more or less about 10 seconds after booting up for things (other applications) to start running smoothly. These first 10 seconds is needed for startup programs to ‘settle in’ and give space to the computer resources to run the applications you really need.
If you are too impatient and find these 10 seconds too much, you can disable the startup programs and have the computer at your beck and call immediately the bootup process is complete.
FYI: The startup programs that take up the first 10 seconds or so are mainly the desktop and Windows services finish loading.
If you would like to get right down to certain application as soon as your computer boots up. Then there is a workaround to disabling the Windows startup programs that follow soon after the bootup. To better realize this trick, your computer needs to be running on …read more