- Once you turn on your computer, the operating system will load all kinds of programs and program components. This can slow down your system. Some startup items are needed, but others you might not need. By turning them start Windows faster.
Step 1: Start Managed default boot manager of Windows you reach a different way than in Windows 7 and 8. 1. Right-click the taskbar and select Task Manager. When the Startup items, you can enable or disable tab (sometimes an extra mouse click required). The program Quick Startup, you have more options. You can disable components, switch on or switch on with a delay. You can also find out quickly thanks to Quick Startup where an item is for. The default boot manager is only useful for experts, since you already know which parts are intended. Step 2: Download and install Quick Startup Quick Startup. Be alert during installation to prevent unwanted extra programs. Reboot your computer and start Quick Startup. The program displays a list of all the components that are present in your startup process. Behind every part you see how fast (or slow) start the program. The total startup time of your computer is at the top of the screen. By clicking on a startup item you get to see the right picture of the program maker component originates. Makes sense when you see what it's for and what other users think. The information in summary form, but convenient. Click More Info for detailed explanations. Will you still out there? Look the part. Quick Startup gives good information so you can decide which parts you want to have in your startup process. Step 3: Turn on or uitschakelenIn list Quick Startup, you see behind each program, an on / off switch. Clicking an item you switch off (or back on). A component delay ensures that it does start, but only after your system has completely booted. You activate a delayed start by right-clicking an item. Choose Slow down and then for instance 60 seconds. It is not recommended to turn off random parts. Fortunately Quick Startup gives good tools to find out what you can turn off and you can also make quick adjustments undone safely. Beginners can ignore better confined to the Startup Programs tab and the other tabs. Quick Startup items can (temporarily) disable or start with an additional delay. This article is brought to you by Total Computer. nl