good! That's what I like to hear... well, I don't just like hearing it, I would also like it to be trueIn real life applications, i haven't spot a difference.
I'm not surprised. Even on this Intel / Windows-specific build that I have and which - for God knows what reason - doesn't work with Linux, in the few and rare instances that I've managed to make Mint boot on, Windows still took more time to boot than Mint and I've used Windows 8.1 at that time, I assume that Windows 10 boots even slower.(Win is sometimes slow to figure itself out)
Now granted, I never bothered with fast boot and whatnot which I assume would have sped up Windows booting considerably, but that's not an excuse for a Windows-specific build to run slow