Question Is there a way to increase my boot time?

Aug 19, 2019
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Hello everyone,
I have a Kingston A400 480GB SSD, 16gb ddr4 ram and a intel core i5 9600k. My boot time is most of the time around 22 seconds(sometimes even 40) I have seen that a lot of pc's can boot in like 14 seconds. Why is mine compared to that so slow. Pretty much my only boot programs are: ESET, Chrome, some things from intel and nvidea, the audio service and a vpn. Does anyone now how to increase my boot time?
 

USAFRet

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First, "22 seconds" is not bad. That is quite good, actually.
Second, your software stack is not the same as theirs.
Third, your VPN thing almost certaily has a big impact
Fourth, 'boot time' is a trivial number to worry about. 6 seconds difference...?

Lastly, you mean "decrease" not increase...:)
 
Aug 19, 2019
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First, "22 seconds" is not bad. That is quite good, actually.
Second, your software stack is not the same as theirs.
Third, your VPN thing almost certaily has a big impact
Fourth, 'boot time' is a trivial number to worry about. 6 seconds difference...?

Lastly, you mean "decrease" not increase...:)
Thank you for your answer, I indeed meant decrease:sweatsmile:. Not that I am unhappy with my boot-time but I was just questioning if it could be faster, I'll try to turn off my vpn.
 

Mtop

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Keep in mind that windows 10 and newer motherboards store hardware information to reduce boot time.
My Win 7 computer 24 seconds from bios splash to desktop.
My Win 10 is 7 seconds, yet if I press both power buttons at the same time desktops appear at the same time.
 

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