1. Reduce Unnecessary Programs at Startup: Many programs start automatically when you boot up your computer. You can reduce the number of programs that start at startup by going toTask Manager > Startupand disabling the ones you don’t need.
2. Opt for Solid State Drives: Because hard disks are mechanical, they tend to be slower than solid state drives (SSDs). SSDs are much faster, meaning they can make your computer start up and shut down quicker.
3. Clean Up Your Hard Drive: A cluttered hard drive can make your computer take longer to boot. Consider using a disk cleaner program to free up space and speed up your booting time.
4. Disable Visual Effects: The graphics and animations that come with modern operating systems can take up computing power. To reduce the amount of power you need, consider disabling some visual effects in your computer’s Settings or System Properties.
5. Turn Off Fast Startup: Fast Startup is a feature built into Windows 10 that helps you boot up quickly. However, if you’re having trouble booting your computer, you may want to disable this setting.
6. Manage Your BIOS: Your BIOS can have a large impact on how quickly your computer starts up. Access your BIOS settings by pressing a specific key during startup (the key depends on your motherboard). Once you’re in there, you can adjust the boot order and other settings to optimize boot times.