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Average ssd boot time on win 10?

alii98

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Hi,I have a kingston a400 240gb ssd in a laptop with 8gb ddr4 2133mhz in dual channel ram and an i3 6006u,and my boot time is like 16 seconds until I can use everything
Is this a good boot time?
P.S: It is in gpt,uefi and ahci
 

Pavkata882

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SSDs arent meant to load windows faster. Yes, they will boot into windows pretty faster than a normal HDD, but their purpose is to make your system load anything you open as fast as possible, without making you wait.
 
Yes and no.
1. Try to reduce the number of start-up apps as many as you can. (make less!)
2. Yes, it is possible that your I3 is holding back, etc. etc. but 16 secs is not bad.
Try to boot using mechanical HDD ad you will know the definition of slow booting!
 
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Hi,I have a kingston a400 240gb ssd in a laptop with 8gb ddr4 2133mhz in dual channel ram and an i3 6006u,and my boot time is like 16 seconds until I can use everything
Is this a good boot time?
P.S: It is in gpt,uefi and ahci
I get 4.2 seconds startup then it takes like 1 second un-noticible amount of time to use everything
I use
SanDisk SD9SN8W256G1014
if it means anything this isnt a fresh install I have steam orgin office 365 ect.
 

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