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1803 vs 1809 spinning dots

homeap5

Well, it's not really a problem, it's just curiosity.

 

I noticed on few computers that 1809 is booting a little slower than previous versions of Windows. And it doesn't matter if it's clean install or update or whatever.

It's not that it is much slower, but for example - on 1803 version on computer that shows only beginning of spinning dots, now shows one full spin on 1809 version.

 

I know, that is not important at all - who cares about one or two seconds more, right? But I'm curious - anyone noticed any small slow down with boot on 1809?

 

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8 minutes ago, homeap5 said:

Well, it's not really a problem, it's just curiosity.

 

I noticed on few computers that 1809 is booting a little slower than previous versions of Windows. And it doesn't matter if it's clean install or update or whatever.

It's not that it is much slower, but for example - on 1803 version on computer that shows only beginning of spinning dots, now shows one full spin on 1809 version.

 

I know, that is not important at all - who cares about one or two seconds more, right? But I'm curious - anyone noticed any small slow down with boot on 1809?

 

My boot time has actually increased by 1.5 seconds going to 1809 from 1803 so I got no idea other than our hardware is different.

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4 minutes ago, kirashi said:

My boot time has actually increased by 1.5 seconds going to 1809 from 1803 so I got no idea other than our hardware is different.

Boot time - maybe. I noticed that after spinning dots may be a little faster. I'm only talking about that spinning dots (first ones).

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Just now, homeap5 said:

Boot time - maybe. I noticed that after spinning dots may be a little faster. I'm only talking about that spinning dots (first ones).

That could be anything.  Don't forget we've had Spectre and Meltdown patches since 1803 

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4 minutes ago, homeap5 said:

Boot time - maybe. I noticed that after spinning dots may be a little faster. I'm only talking about that spinning dots (first ones).

Personally my old XL2720T doesn't fire up fast enough to notice the dots lol

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45 minutes ago, YouSirAreADudeSir said:

That could be anything.  Don't forget we've had Spectre and Meltdown patches since 1803 

I thought that 1803 was patched too. Good to know.

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15 minutes ago, homeap5 said:

I thought that 1803 was patched too. Good to know.

Yeah it was, but i'm sure M$ did a few more tweaks before the 1809 patch.  It's not like you fix a problem in program and not throw up a butt load of new ones

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It's probably just simple hardware differences and Windows reacting to it accordingly. I haven't really noticed any difference (my rig's on my profile) but you may have slight differences on your rigs.

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Oh, in my case system loads much longer than just one spin. :) 4 HDD, 2 SSD, audio card, additional sata / usb pci-e controller etc. I have about 4 spins (most because that sata controller). But I saw this on other computers.

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