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Starting up taking to lond

When i turn my computer on its take about 3 or more minutes to start up hoping u can solve this problem for me

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Re: starting up taking to lond

The logon process depends on what all programs are starting up with windows, if you have installed plenty of softwares that start up with OS then it takes some time as all the start up process has to be loaded into memory.

I you have any unwanted softwares that start up during the OS start up, Uninstall them, this will speed up the startup process.

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