1. Reduce the number of programs that are running at startup. To do this, go to the Startup tab in the Task Manager and disable any unnecessary programs.
3. Upgrade your RAM. Adding more RAM to your computer helps speed up load times.
4. Scan for malware. Malware can slow down your computer and affect its startup speed. Use an anti-malware program to detect and remove any malicious software on your machine.
5. Disable visual effects. Visual effects can slow down startup time. Go to the Performance tab in the System Properties window and click the “Adjust for Best Performance” option.
6. Defragment your hard drive. Fragmented files take longer to access, which slows down your startup time. Use a disk defragmenter to speed things up.