Measure Windows boot and shutdown time

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by newbino, Apr 5, 2015.

  1. newbino

    newbino Registered Member

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    Hi, running Win 7 x64. I have the definite impression that in the last few weeks my system has got slower both in booting up as well as shutting down. For clarity, I am not interested in measuring the overall system time - I already know how to do it.
    Before disabling or delaying some software from starting up, I would like to know if there is a way to measure the startup time of specific items.
    Also, how can I measure the individual contributions to shutdown, and in this case also the overall time?
    Thanks
     
  2. Minimalist

    Minimalist Registered Member

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  3. Pliskin

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  4. newbino

    newbino Registered Member

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    @Minimalist thanks I'll try that

    @Pliskin BootRacer measures just the overall boot time, which I am not interested in. The company has also another software which would have been appropriate, BootLog XP, but it doesn't run on Win 7
     
  5. TairikuOkami

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    Something like this?
     

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  6. RJK3

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    Soluto has software which does similar to the one TairikuOkami pointed out.

    Personally I'd take a different route to finding the cause.
     
  7. trott3r

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    Soluto is a monster application with the startup manager being only one part.
     
  8. legolard

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    Are you looking for something like Glary Utilities? Soluto is also good, as others have mentioned.
     
  9. J_L

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