5 Ways to Fix Slow Boot Times in Windows 10

This video will show you 5 ways to fix slow boot times in Windows 10. A major complaint I hear from users of Windows 10 is that it takes a long time for their computer to startup. I will show you 5 proven and tested ways to fix the slow boot times in Windows 10, along with a bonus tip near the end of this video that will give your PC dramatic improvements to performance and faster boot times.

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“Windows 10 Tips & Tricks” Playlist

0:26 Disable Fast Startup
1:56 Disable Startup Programs
2:52 Change Virtual Memory Settings
4:24 Update Graphics Drivers
5:09 Turn Off Linux Terminal
5:43 Bonus Tip



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32 thoughts on “5 Ways to Fix Slow Boot Times in Windows 10

  1. If none of these tips work for you, it just may be time to buy a new computer, upgrade your RAM or upgrade your HDD to an SSD…. Thanks for watching 🙂

  2. Works for me! Thanks man I think your tips helps my computer boot up faster! The last time it tooks over 2 minutes, but now it tooks only 1 minute only! Cheer!

  3. When i clicled ur video right before aroumd 2min i turned on my pc.. When this video ended (6:31) my pc finish's its boot lol 😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 so now i know how long it was taking


  5. I had a windows 10 at my grandma house and I didn't on it because quarantine and it almost took me half an hour to get it to on
    (including pressing the power button when it was stuck)

  6. Why despite having no updates, each time it takes a different boot time in Windows 10?
    In Windows 8.1 I always get 2-3 seconds, in Windows 10 sometimes 5, sometimes 8, sometimes 2-3, sometimes 12, even if I do one after another. I'm not considering the motherboard(always takes 15 seconds).
    What is happening?

  7. This can happen because a lot of junk/cache from Windows 10 updates that are on your PC / laptop, and there may be some installation that is corrupt, It will make your boot very long or can be forever, because Windows 10 will continue to force the computer install update.. it's not your computer's crash/error, This is because of Windows 10..
    a few tips that I tried to give

    -Open "Windows" Folder on your harddisk

    -now search folder name "Softwaredistribution" (This is folder that contains a lot Cache updates are downloaded, you can see it)

    -and you can delete that folder, or you can move it out from windows folder, and name it Windows 10 sucks, whatever


  8. Don't change the virtual memory. Messes with graphic intensive applications such as video games (it did for me)

  9. I have a problem. If I open additional power settings, there is an X and it says: power scheme data is not available. The RPC server is unavailable.
    However, I enabled RPC at the services.

  10. Thank you so much my laptop is one of the worst and it takes 10 minutes to boot up now it takes only 30 seconds!!

  11. Thank you so much for the video, one of the best tutorials I have ever watched. Very clear and straight to the point. Great

  12. My laptop was good around a week ago, but now it takes 20 minutes to boot and when it finally boots its pretty much impossible to use it, I can't even open up settings its so slow. Can someone help?

  13. I'm running a 9600k windows 10, my pc start up in just over 40 seconds,..my OLD pc quad core restarts in 22 seconds windows 10?,..have we gone backwards in tech?

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