Win 8.1 Cold Boot Performance Issues
If you experience any such issues, try to turn Fast Startup off. Most interestingly, switching Fast startup back on made no difference; it would appear that the simple action of turning fast start-up off and on again is enough to get Windows 10 Remember Me? William Thompson says: June 2, 2014 at 1:35 pm Hi Gary, sorry for missing this.
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. It seems that the only way for me to correct this second problem was to purchase the same kind of hybrid hard drive, install Windows 8.1 on it with a local The major reason, though, why I posted here is because of earlier comments about Stardock Support. We're looking up the edits for this post...
Some people perceive Windows 8.1 being responsible for this sluggishness, which is not the case. In the Event Viewer, navigate to > Applications and Services Logs > Microsoft > Windows > Diagnostics Performance. Dump attached; grateful for your...
SSD will feel light years faster for you! I filled in a ticked four days ago and have heard nothing - to be honest I'm not sure whether it exists or not (Support that is) Reason for Karma (Optional) The only problem with all of this is that my PC has no problem with the Windows 8+ shutdowns when Start8 is not installed, so I am at a loss as Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement Scroll down for the next article © 2017 MakeUseOf.
Open the Details tab to find out what slows down the boot time of your computer. In fact, Windows 8.1 is assured to get going in fewer seconds than Windows 8. When that circly-thing stops spinning? Windows How To Make Windows 8 Boot Even Faster!
Can't find your answer ? the screen does not seem to want to start William Thompson says: June 2, 2014 at 1:33 pm Hi Rachel, You might check out this resource for more help: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1916110/windows-logs-black-screen-moving-cursor.html If Resetting the BIOS to defaults, save, power off, reboot, set BIOS back the way you want it (OC, XMP) sometimes clears up debris left over from bios updates. I actually used the online stopwatch from timanddate.com to figure out which steps of the boot process took the longest and improved the most.
Double click it, and change the value from 1 to 0. Carolyn says: July 12, 2015 at 8:30 pm My PC keeps losing the connection to wifi in the house. In addition, you can skip all of this entirely by choosing to put your computer to Sleep instead of shutting it down every time you're done using it. Unfortunately I can't easily replicate the issue.
Reason for Karma (Optional) Successfully updated karma reason! Now you can restart the computer and login with the local account to experience the least startup time taken by Windows 8.1. It was switched on in BIOS but was showing as Off in msinfo32. Let us show...
I'll post a picture below. The clash appears to occur within Windows registry, when the update changes certain registry values. However, I want to learn all I can about this, so I appreciate you steering me in this direction. Time Saved: 3 seconds; less than 1 second for MainPathBootTime.
Barry Derbyshire says: March 14, 2015 at 5:58 am I'm ordering a new PC and from the problems I have read on this blog about 8.1 I feel inclined to opt
This often is due to the software in question being older and designed for screens with a much lower resolution. In the System Configuration window switch to the Services tab. I have a question in regards to #6 above: when I'm logged in on Windows 8.1 a black blank box appears similar to an Explorer.exe window pops up once a minute Great time improvements and most welcome!
This is according to the one source that I have had time to read up on this at. Disable Startup Services Windows automatically launches several services on startup, some of which you may not need. I constantly reconnect; forget the network and then reconnect to it; turn off the wifi connection and then put it back on. Not only were the results consistent, but I'm actually getting better performance than I was previously getting, even when I thought everything was normal.
I reinstalled Start8, rebooted, and then once PC was back up completely, I used the Charms bar to shut down completely (or as completely as I have now learned Windows 8/8.1 If you made any changes, click the respective button to save and restart your computer. Something which doesnt happen after reboot. Reason for Karma (Optional) Successfully updated karma reason!
Select a process and click Disable in the lower right or right-click and select Disable. As a result, the system loads each of these applications, soon as it boots up. These changes are unfavorable for SSDs causing them to move at a slower pace. Fortunately for those users there are third party solutions that can resurrect that missing Start Menu in Windows 8.
We're looking up the edits for this post... Thank you for the detailed response. Clean Boot The subjected indolence might be a cause of applications and programs listing their selves in the startup list. I will keep checking this forum to see if the issue with Start8 and Windows 8.1 gets resolved.
Created by Anand Khanse. had to restore from a backup. To realize if this is the reason of your annoyance, you can perform a clean boot and then a reboot. New problem: With the MS Services including those governing the WiFi and networking capability turned off, Windows 8.1 wouldn't accept my MS Live Account password.
Disable Startup Programs Windows 8 has a much improved Task Manager The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Plain Sight The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Windows 8 boots faster than previous versions of Windows, has lower memory usage, and has a desktop that feels nice... Everything changed after that last August update.