|jmke ||17th August 2007 11:57 |
Doing Quick Warm boot of Windows Vista / XP
A modern PC with Vista Home Edition takes about one and a half minutes to boot. An older machine with XP is about the same. That’s 30 seconds for the PC itself (the BIOS) to boot up, plus a minute for the Windows operating system to boot. Sometimes, you need to reboot Windows (e.g. when installing new software), but there is no need to restart BIOS, too. However, the default is to reboot both. (That’s called doing a “cold boot,” rather than a “warm boot.”) There’s a trick that works on both XP and Vista to get it to do a warm boot instead, thus saving you 30 seconds per cycle. The trick is to hold down the SHIFT key when invoking the restart. http://www.duggmirror.com/microsoft/...Vist a_or_XP/
|jmke ||17th August 2007 11:58 |
System Boot Time: 17/08/2007, 11:51:45
works as a charm on Vista
|wutske ||17th August 2007 12:29 |
strange, I tought this trick only worked for Win9x ...
|thorgal ||17th August 2007 15:51 |
Nice info, didn't know that :)
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