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How fast is your boot time?

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I don't care as I leave my pcs on all the time and if there is the rare time I have to boot it up as it ended up off for some reason I can go to bathroom to take a leak or go to the kitchen to make a snack while it takes 30 seconds or whatever to boot up.  I will not buy an SSD just for faster boot times.  


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ocz agility 3 120

win 8 pro

not including bios: at max 7 seconds

including: 10-15 seconds (lately its been leaning on the 15 second mark)

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about 15 seconds, for my desktop

and like 3 seconds for my ultra book, thanks to windows 8


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so i tought this might be interesting to see how fast the forums pc's boot

 

Must be from a complete shutdown and must include Bios Booting as well as windows and not to lock screen full boot .

 

i got with gigabyte fast boot i have now had a time of 12 secs from shutdown on windows 8.1


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My little Lenovo laptop boots Windows 8.1 on an SSD from pressing the button in around 5 seconds.... It's hard going back to the school computers which take seven minutes from my tests....

My desktops do around 15s on W8.1 and 40s on W7.

 

EDIT: Shutdown? Never measured it because it's the least important time to measure, who sits at the PC waiting for it to shut down?


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My little Lenovo laptop boots Windows 8.1 on an SSD from pressing the button in around 5 seconds.... It's hard going back to the school computers which take seven minutes from my tests....

My desktops do around 15s on W8.1 and 40s on W7.

wish desktops ad laptop boot ups but thats what you get with being able to swap out all the parts :D


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Well, because I run win8.1 and it's password protected, the results are a little skewed because of the way windows runs background loading stuff on the lock screen. But, it's around 15-20 seconds. Laptop is a minute or so because mechanical 


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Well, because I run win8.1 and it's password protected, the results are a little skewed because of the way windows runs background loading stuff on the lock screen. But, it's around 15-20 seconds. Laptop is a minute or so because mechanical 

if really want to test yo can tell windows to auto log in and then it skips the password :)


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7 minutes???

My main rig booted up in 5 seconds when I first got my ssd, it's down to about 15.

My laptop boots in about 20, and my LAN rig boots in about 30.


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My desktop is about 12 seconds to the desktop with typing in the password and the BIOS splash screen

my screen is a but slow to turn on dont even see the bios splash screen and then windows resolution kicks in and ten i only see the logging in :P 


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about a min. + I have to wait for about 5 minutes more to get started with GC!


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about a min. + I have to wait for about 5 minutes more to get started with GC!

lol wow you sould slow down a bit dont wannt to get to much done :P


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Startup finished in 2.128s (kernel) + 13.302s (userspace) = 15.431s

11.038s libvirtd.service

6.899s man-db.service

1.068s lxc@transmission.service

1.013s lxc@monitorix.service

967ms lvm2-pvscan@8:2.service

725ms netctl@bridge.service

525ms dkms.service

508ms udisks2.service

469ms polkit.service

466ms alsa-restore.service

352ms dhcpcd.service

350ms lm_sensors.service

345ms razerd.service

304ms systemd-logind.service

276ms cpupower.service

261ms colord.service

259ms rpcbind.service

167ms systemd-modules-load.service

164ms systemd-remount-fs.service

154ms systemd-udev-trigger.service

153ms kmod-static-nodes.service

150ms root.mount

142ms systemd-vconsole-setup.service

119ms ntpd.service

92ms dev-hugepages.mount

92ms systemd-fsck@dev-sda1.service

87ms dev-mapper-arch\x2dswap.swap

85ms systemd-rfkill@rfkill3.service

82ms shadow.service

75ms dev-mqueue.mount

74ms systemd-rfkill@rfkill11.service

70ms boot.mount

62ms logrotate.service

56ms systemd-rfkill@rfkill7.service

53ms systemd-journal-flush.service

52ms sys-kernel-debug.mount

43ms systemd-rfkill@rfkill9.service

38ms systemd-user-sessions.service

32ms tmp.mount

31ms systemd-update-utmp.service

30ms proc-sys-fs-binfmt_misc.mount

26ms systemd-backlight@backlight:eeepc-wmi.service

24ms systemd-rfkill@rfkill10.service

19ms systemd-udevd.service

18ms systemd-rfkill@rfkill2.service

18ms systemd-sysctl.service

17ms sys-kernel-config.mount

17ms systemd-rfkill@rfkill0.service

17ms systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service

17ms systemd-random-seed.service

14ms upower.service

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Startup finished in 2.128s (kernel) + 13.302s (userspace) = 15.431s         11.038s libvirtd.service          6.899s man-db.service          1.068s lxc@transmission.service          1.013s lxc@monitorix.service           967ms lvm2-pvscan@8:2.service           725ms netctl@bridge.service           525ms dkms.service           508ms udisks2.service           469ms polkit.service           466ms alsa-restore.service           352ms dhcpcd.service           350ms lm_sensors.service           345ms razerd.service         

how did you get this ? if i may ask 


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lol wow you sould slow down a bit dont wannt to get to much done :P

I have more than 250+ applications installed on this bullshit having 2 GB ram, 256 mb Intel HD Graphics. 1.63 GHz Cpu. 


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Startup finished in 2.128s (kernel) + 13.302s (userspace) = 15.431s         11.038s libvirtd.service          6.899s man-db.service          1.068s lxc@transmission.service          1.013s lxc@monitorix.service           967ms lvm2-pvscan@8:2.service           725ms netctl@bridge.service           525ms dkms.service           508ms udisks2.service           469ms polkit.service           466ms alsa-restore.service           352ms dhcpcd.service           350ms lm_sensors.service           345ms razerd.service         

how did you get this ? if i may ask 

 

sudo systemd-analyze blame
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What is this "folding"


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What is this "folding"

to who are you are asking that 

 

edit: if you mean "folding@home" its basically letting them use your PC as a Node in big array to do completes computing ( As far as i know have never really looked to deep into it :) )


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to who are you are asking that 

lol wrong thread. So Silly of me.


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From my memory, my 7-year old HP prebuilt system boots up in like 40s - 1min under Windows 7.

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the blade boots up in around 10 seconds and is lightning fast when opening tasks right off boot. im having some concerns with the shutdown time though :S when i hit shut down in the win8 menu, the screen turns off but the keyboard backlight and razer logo on the back take extra time to shut down, like 30 seconds or so, ill look into it when i got time :P


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