Windows speeds up boot with Windows Boot Performance Diagnostics

Even if you regularly use msconfig to "clean" Windows Startup, Many users of this operating system (Especially users Vista si Windows 7) Complain that it takes too long to bootWhether it is startup or a restart. One possible solution to this problem is to use a rather irritating integrated utilities microsoft operating systems Windows Vista si Windows 7, namely Windows Boot Performance Diagnostics.

With the help Windows Boot Performance Diagnostics, Users can identify problems increases the boot time of Windows and can also identify and remove causes these problems.

For Windows Boot Performance Diagnostics can detect problems booting, it must first activated from Group Policy Editor, Which you can open by typing gpedit.msc in Searchacquis in Start Menu. After you open the Group Policy Editor, navigate to Computer Configuration> Administrative Templates> Systems> Troubleshooting and Diagnostics> Windows Boot Performance Diagnostics.


Double-click on Configure Scenario Execution LevelThen in the new window opens, select Enabled. In Options> Scenario Execution Level select one of two options to configure Windows Boot Performance Diagnostics: Detection and Troubleshooting Only or Detection, Troubleshooting and Resolution.


If you select Detection and Troubleshooting Only, DPS-The (Diagnostic Policy Service) Identify Windows Boot Performance problems and their causes - causes that will be recorded in event log - But will not take any corrective action them.

If you select Detection, Troubleshooting and Resolution, DSP will detect Windows Boot Performance problems and their causes (which will also be recorded in event log) And also indicates that users are solutions available to solve these problems.

Note: Group Policy Editor is not available for versions of Home Basic or Home Premium.

Windows speeds up boot with Windows Boot Performance Diagnostics

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