After Windows starts, it waits about ten seconds before starting your startup programs. This "startup delay" makes the desktop and Windows services stop reading, making it a bit smoother. If you have apps that you would like to run immediately, you can do so with a simple registry slot.
Ten-second delay after Windows starts, but before it starts loading boot programs, the operating time of the operating system loads into memory and executes the necessary system tasks before the app starts requesting resources. The registry hack we are talking about in this article reduces or disables the start delay, which means it applies to all boot programs. It is not possible to apply this technology only to specific apps.
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Note! : Eliminating the start delay works best on solid state devices because they load things much faster. While you can certainly try if you have a traditional hard drive, you may not see much increase in how fast the startup programs are loaded.
How to disable startup update for Windows 1
To disable Windows 10 startup Delay, you just need to make some changes to the Windows registry.
Default warning: The registry editor is a powerful tool and abuses it can make the system unstable or even useless. This is a fairly simple hack, and as long as you stick to the instructions, you should have no problems. Having said that, if you've never worked with it before, consider reading about using the Registry Editor before you begin. And finally back up the registry (and your computer!) Before making any changes.
Open the registry by pressing Start and typing "regedit." Press Enter to open the registry and then allow it to make changes to the computer.
In the registry, use the left sidebar to navigate to the following key (or copy and paste it into the Registry Editor address bar):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE CurrentVersion Explorer Serialize
Serialize key does not exist, you must create it. Right-click the parentheses key (
Explorer ) and select New> Key. Name it "Serialize."
Serialize key and select New> DWORD Value (32-bit). Name the new value
Then you will change that value. Double-click the new value
StartupDelayInMSec and make sure the value is set to 0 in the "Value data" box.
Click "OK" and then exit the Registry Editor. In order for the changes to take effect, you must restart the computer. You and other users should no longer experience the delayed forcing you on Windows.
If you ever want to reactivate this delay, because your startup programs require too many resources at login, go back to the registry and remove the value
StartupDelayInMSec by right-clicking on it and then clicking "Delete".
Download our One-Click Registry Hack
If you don't like to pop into the registry yourself we have created a registry hack that you can use. Just download and extract the following ZIP file:
Deactivating the Quick Start Hacks
Inside you will find a REG file to disable the Windows start delay and one to enable it again. Double-click the file you want and remove the questions if you are sure you want to make changes to your registry.
These hacks are just the
Serialize button that is exported from our own register after we added or deleted – the value
StartupDelayInMSec we spoke of in the previous section. Running the hack changes the value of your registry. If you like to fish with the registry, it is worth taking the time to learn how to create your own registry picks.
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