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PC takes long time to boot up (Resolved).

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Best Answer SpywareDr , 02 March 2017 - 05:25 PM

Did you try CCleaner's Tools > Startup, then click the Publisher's column header to sort by Publisher's name? Now you'll be able to see what is Microsoft and your laptop maker's stuff and proba... Go to the full post »


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Did you try CCleaner's Tools > Startup, then click the Publisher's column header to sort by Publisher's name? Now you'll be able to see what is Microsoft and your laptop maker's stuff and probably best to leave it alone. Now go through the rest of the stuff and if you don't think you need it, Disable it for now, reboot and test. You can always go back later and either Enable or Delete then later.


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I have what I need. Thank you. You may close this topic.


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