While Windows 10’s startup speed (boot time) is pretty fast at first, it can slow down afterwards. In this article, we show you how to speed up your computer with a single move. Completely harmless and also with the benchmark video!
Windows 10 starts very slowly? What should I do?
Just like other operating systems, Windows 10 can slow down over time. Especially the applications installed on the system and the high number of services occupying the background cause this situation.
If Windows 10 starts very slowly, there are various things you can do. However, in this article, we will talk about one practical method. We found it appropriate to share this because it really works.
Note: The processes here are not about the speed of the computer’s bios, boot, etc., but rather shortening the loading time of the boot programs after the Windows user login. One click speed up Windows 10 startup
By using a .reg extension file that we have prepared for Windows 10, you will be able to significantly speed up the startup of your computer. Here’s what you need to do for this:
- Download the Windows Program Startup Acceleration.reg file.
- Double-click the Windows Program Startup Acceleration.reg file you downloaded and say ” Yes ” to the prompt.
- Restart your computer.
Description of the action taken
The process here is to reduce the waiting time of Windows 10 when opening programs to zero. By default, all Windows 10s wait for a very short time before running any program. Although the goal is to ensure system stability, it is known that this does not prevent errors as it is thought to be. Still, Microsoft insists that such a delay is necessary.
Will reducing the latency to zero damage the system?
The StartupDelayInMSec = “0” entry saved in the Windows 10 registry has no harm to the system.