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Hello, I just started using bootvis, and have encountered two problems. One, after I choose optimize, and it restarts, it says "optimizing the system for boot performance" and will stay like this forever, with no disk activity. Secondly, whatever changes bootvis has made has made my system boot slower after the windows loading screen comes on and before the taskbar shows up. Before, it almost instantly displayed the task bar and the desktop icons. Now, it shows up blue, takes a while, shows a box saying it's logging in, and finally loads the rest. What am I doing wrong? thanks in advance...
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Bootvis is not a tool for end users to improve performance. It is simply a reporting tool to help software developers etc.
I would suggest you stop using it and see if your boot time reverts to what it was.
If necessary you could use System Restore to undo any changes you might have made that have caused the problem.
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