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December 4, 2011 5:29:38 AM

i am using win7 professional 64-bit os......it takes about 8-seconds to come for logon screen....
whether below mentioned procedure is suitable for the solution of slow startup......

1. Click on the Start orb, enter “regedit”, and press the “Return” key.

2. Go to the following “folder” (also known as “keys” in Windows registry slang): HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

3. If you see an entry called “DelayedDesktopSwitchTimeout” on the right-hand side of the folder, move on to the next step. Otherwise, you need to create the entry. To do that, right-click on a free space in the folder, and select “New/DWORD (32-bit) Value”. Type in “DelayedDesktopSwitchTimeout”, and press “Return”.

4. Double-click on the entry. Now all you need to do is to enter the number “5″, and click “OK”.

if this procedure doesn't suitable to win7 professional 64-bit os for slow startup........
then plz suggest any other solution.....
December 4, 2011 6:10:38 AM

jaykumar said:
i am using win7 professional 64-bit os......it takes about 8-seconds to come for logon screen....
whether below mentioned procedure is suitable for the solution of slow startup......

1. Click on the Start orb, enter “regedit”, and press the “Return” key.

2. Go to the following “folder” (also known as “keys” in Windows registry slang): HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

3. If you see an entry called “DelayedDesktopSwitchTimeout” on the right-hand side of the folder, move on to the next step. Otherwise, you need to create the entry. To do that, right-click on a free space in the folder, and select “New/DWORD (32-bit) Value”. Type in “DelayedDesktopSwitchTimeout”, and press “Return”.

4. Double-click on the entry. Now all you need to do is to enter the number “5″, and click “OK”.

if this procedure doesn't suitable to win7 professional 64-bit os for slow startup........
then plz suggest any other solution.....



Ccleaner, or msconfig and limit a lot of start-up items. Also how many app's do you have installed? Do you have a slow or fast hard drive.
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December 4, 2011 9:56:37 AM

jdwii said:
Ccleaner, or msconfig and limit a lot of start-up items. Also how many app's do you have installed? Do you have a slow or fast hard drive.



i have installed about 24-software in control panel and i have fast hard drive (ie).NTFS
then i am using TUNEUP UTILITIES for removal of unwanted files,shadow images,temporary browsed files,etc...
There about 4-startup programs which is enabled in TUNEUP UTILITIES ....
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