Boot times have more to do with number of services loading and HDD speed, not the CPU. It effects it some, but not to the same degree.
This part I knew, since I was testing it by just changing what I posted up and not any services/BIOS settings. However, I didn't know it didn't make a difference for everyone, so thanks for the heads up.
I did notice having it unchecked gave me a 28-30 second boot up time from the Windows logo to my Desktop, while checking it and selecting 4 procs gave me a 19-21 second boot up. Tested this about 3-4 times to confirm. If it doesn't help many people, maybe others will benefit from this like I did.
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