I am looking for the Windows Clock/Log-on Timer/Boot Timer that reduces the wait time to the desktop. Sorry, if I have referred to it incorrectly. Please, fell free to correct me. I found it here once and now I have forgotten where to find it. I thought it was in the System Config area under boot. Is this correct?
Great. I wasn't absolutely sure. I noticed it defaults to 30 seconds. What is the safest minimum boot time to adjust to? I think I read somewhere 15 seconds. Additionally, my OS (Win 7 64-bit) is installed on an Intel X25 V 40GB SSD (AHCI) and a Western Digital 1TB for storage. I have MSE as the only program running at start up. The boot time is really good now but I want to tweak it a bit more, if it will allow me. I was thinking somewhere in the 10 second range might be safe now that I have the OS on the SSD?
Thanks for the info. I wasn't sure if anyone would ever respond this post. It's been awhile. But the guy's here on this forum have been great to help out. Unfortunately, I can't say that for all forums I have encountered.