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Boot times in Windows 10 pro seem kinda slow for an SSD. Or is this normal?

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I was expecting boot times of around 10-12 secs. Unless a whole lot of people are trolling/lying about the boot times they're getting in windows 10 with an SSD and my results happen to be normal. And that's the question I got. Is this normal, or should I be getting considerably faster boot times? The reason I think this boot time is crap, is because I was getting sub 30 second boot times in Windows 7 with a 7200 RPM mechanical drive.





FYI, its a brand new PC.
Edited by chaosblade02 - 7/25/16 at 2:04pm
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Did you upgrade from Win 7 or do a fresh install of Win 10?
My windows 10 loads in about 20 seconds.
Most people are just BSing about their boot times.
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Its a fresh install. So my boot times are about normal then? FYI, that time was on a reboot. Starting the system up from a cold boot gets a little faster, or around 17-18 secs. That's with windows fast boot enabled. I've already done the basic steps to increase boot times that I found in topics/articles from searches.
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Its a fresh install. So my boot times are about normal then? FYI, that time was on a reboot. Starting the system up from a cold boot gets a little faster, or around 17-18 secs.
you good. move on.
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