msconfig might help with this issue...
Again, MSCONFIG will not help with this issue.
msconfig works fool,.. people might have slow bootup up and that can stop the welcome screen lagging and whats your idea LOL
When you boot up your machine, Windows XP shows you a "Welcome" screen where you can easily click on your account name. Then, all you need to do is enter your password, (IF REQUIRED) and you're ready to go! THIS IS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT THAN THE WINDOWS DESKTOP. ALSO, YOU WOULDN'T USE MSCONFIG (AKA system configuration Utility) TO FIX THIS ISSUE EITHER.
Go back and re-read this FOOL:
The Windows start Welcome screen takes an unusually long time to disapear every time the computer is
switched on or restarted,
He never said it takes for ever to load into the Windows desktop or, even has an issue with the Windows desktop for that matter. On a side note:
If your a geek in training you need some better training seriously.
You can also remove the Windows splash screen (GUI) by adding /noguiboot
to the last line of the boot file. What file exactly? boot.ini file needs to be modified. Very simple. Again, this is different than the windows 'welcome screen'and also, different from the windows desktop.