Discussion in 'polls' started by Mrkvonic, Dec 7, 2006.
~ 60 sec to desktop all settled down.
Athlon 64 x2 4400+ Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Laptop Vista32, Core2 T7400 @2.16 GHz = 40 secs to see the desktop.
Netbook XP Pro, Atom CPU N270@ 1.60 GHz = 45 secs to see the desktop.
Startup is longer (about 15 secs more) if Shadow Defender is scheduled at boot.They both shut down in 14 secs.
Single Core boots up real quick..
Pentium 4 630 Prescott. Single OS (XP Home). Comodo Time Machine Installed.
Startup programs include Avira Personal, XP Firewall, WinPatrol, CTM, Sandboxie, and Pop Peeper.
Cold boot to stable desktop took 58 seconds.
For my win XP (no anti virus) it takes me 1min15 sec to logon and get a working desktop. I have online armour + Sandboxie.
CPU: 2.6Ghz Core 2 Duo, 5400 rpm HDD
Windows 7 64-bit Desktop: 65 seconds
Ubuntu Lucid Netbook: 30 seconds
14.22s to working desktop.
Ubuntu 64 bit 100% vanilla install.
Core Duo 1.8ghz Lenovo T61, 4GB ram, 7200RPM Hitachi hdd.
From pressing the boot up (power up) button to loggin = 25 seconds dead with no tweak & all system loaded.
Win7x64, 4GB RAM, Intel i5 750 and Intel 80GB SSD. I think the SSD makes a huge different to the boot up speed. I think.
I don't know exactly how many seconds, but it's less than 30 seconds.
Microsoft Security Essentials v2 beta is installed.
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64
Hardware: HP Pavilion dv7-4069wm Laptop PC
• AMD Phenom II triple-core N830 processor 2.10GHz, up to 3.6 GT/s System Bus, 1.5MB L2 Cache
• 4GB DDR3 system memory
• 640GB SATA hard drive
• 17.3" diagonal HD BrightView LED widescreen display
• ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 switchable graphics with 512MB dedicated DDR3 and up to 2202MB total graphics memory
• LightScribe Blu-ray Disc drive; SuperMulti double-layer DVD burner
• 10/100/1000 Ethernet; 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
• Built-in HP TrueVision Webcam with microphone
• 5-in-1 digital media card reader
• 4 x USB 2.0 ports (1 x shared eSATA port), 1 x HDMI port, 1 x VGA port, 1 x RJ-45 Ethernet port, 1 x headphone jack, 1 x microphone jack
• 9-cell lithium-ion battery
• HP SimplePass with built-in fingerprint reader
well in my notebooks
Intel Core 2 Duo T5470
4 GB ram
Windows 7 PRO it takes 40 seconds from start to windows welcome screen + 20 seconds of loading services.
In the desktop
Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400
4 Gb Ram
Nvidia Geforce 9600GT DDR3 512MB
windows 7 pro
all the process takes 32 seconds.
Windows 7 - c2duo/4gb ram - intel SSD 80gb hdd
button on to bios done - 12 seconds
bios done to login screen - 10 seconds
login screen to active desktop - 3 seconds
If you keep the bios boot portion out of a discussion of "how quickly do you boot into Windows", that is 13 seconds. Not too shabby.
I'll time mine later
Less than 30''
About 40 seconds.
Windows 7 32-bit | E2180 @2.4GHz | 2GB RAM | 160GB Maxtor(7200RPM)
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with very strict security setup.
Cold start (From BIOS password to Fully functional desktop) = 45-47 sec
My main laptop :
Initial start-up is fast , but not that fast . Of course - after 30 seconds (may be I should vote 30-60 sec.) to have a working machine. But it is pretty much always being either ON or in STAND-BY (SLEEP) modes so after sleep mode , it loads for a second-two.
Intel Core2 Duo , 3 GB RAM , Windows 7 Home Premium
It's so much fun to see people computer boot for more than 5 minutes . Wow , this is a disaster (unless it's a server).
48 secs exactly
P4 630 3.0 GHz
Windows 7 32 bit
more than 2, less than 5 usually...more or less.
Windows 7 is up and running in 28 seconds. , So trim the configsys file.
Dayum....any tweaks applied to make it boot so fast?
Mines boot in less than 30 Sec on my new beast(Win7 64bit Home Premium)
My Win 7 (fresh install, no AV) takes 1min15 sec to get to desktop
Core2Duo 2.6Ghz, 5400rpm HDD.
I dont get how all you other guys are booting inside a 45 secs; any special tweaks you have done?
I neutered services I will never use. Turned off the firewall and defender. No AV or other scanner of any kind. I have a few applications that run on bootup, like the HTOmega sound panel, volumouse, Intel SSD tray thingee, Sandboxie. Not much really. Honestly the SSD drive shaved I would say a good 15 seconds off the boot time. I am very happy with that purchase, even though it is only 80gb.
i just tried microxp sp3 its a lot faster than my regular xp pro
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