Originally Posted by alancsalt
The more HDD populated with data, or the more progs installed, the longer that black screen part of boot up?
Well another odd thing is.... If I use Windows 7 I get the Vista loading bar (yes. the Vista loading bar, not the Windows 7 Logo, lol) and if I use 8.1 I actually see the spinning dots below the Windows Logo - Takes about 1.25 rotations of the bar and/or dots and usually I see no Welcome Screen on either OS.
If I use Windows 10 I have no dots under the Windows logo so I actually have no idea how long the rotation would be but I know it's longer, hence the longer boot times, plus I actually get a second or so of the Welcome Screen.
I have about equal programs/games etc installed on any version of Windows so that's not it. Perhaps a driver issue in Windows 10. That's all I can think of.Edited by Tobe404 - 2/11/16 at 6:23am