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Slow start up

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I need at least 10 minutes after I restart or start my computer to be ready to use applications. How to speed start up?

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Click on start menu.

Open "Run".

Type msconfig and click enter.

A window appears.There are several tabs there.Go to Startup tab and uncheck all.

Click on apply and after that click on OK.

A new window appeared.Click on "Exit Without Restart".

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If slow when you try to open an application, then the reason is your computer busy work with some other higher piority process. If you think that you need this application open quicker, you can go to Task Manger and End the task you don't want it run or the task that took a lot of CPU resources.

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