When you first turn on your computer, the operating system has to go through a boot up process to load up all the important program files, system files and drivers. You may have noticed over the months or years that the computer boots slow. Two common reasons for this is due to the startup items or registry corruption. This article will explore startup items and registry corruption on how it relates to why a computer boots slow.
Startup items are called because of what it means: programs that execute when you boot up your computer. These come in different shapes or forms: system tray icons or invisible background tasks. You may see a splash screen that shows that a program gets loaded when you boot your PC. So how do you know which ones are running? If you are using Windows XP or Vista, you can see the startup items … Read More