Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 8th Sep 2006 20:37 UTC
Windows "Most of us have had a brand new computer at one time. It's a great feeling. You boot up windows and within 30 seconds you are surfing the net, checking your email, or playing your favorite game. 10 months down the road things aren't so nice anymore. You power up your computer and it seems to take forever to load. Even when you are careful about what you install it seems that each day it takes longer for it to boot. It's not your imagination - and there are a couple of good tips to keep your boot time short and sweet."
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My Tip :
by Al2001 on Fri 8th Sep 2006 21:44 UTC
Al2001
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2005-07-06

I used bootvis and found DHCP took 20 secs to do its stuff on my machine.

Turn off DHCP setup your network manually,

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