Windows 7 boot in 10 seconds

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Windows 7 boot in 10 seconds (Instant Boot by Phoenix)




Shit is soo fast!!


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Mommy, Is God Black or White?

One day Little Johnny walks up to his Mom and says, "Mommy, is God Black or White?"

She replies, "Well, Honey, God is both Black and White."

Then he says, "Mommy, is God a boy or a girl?"
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"God is both a boy and a girl, Honey," she replies.

"Mommy, is God gay or straight?" he inquires again.

Getting a little irritated, the mother replies, "Well, Honey, God is both gay and straight."

After thinking for a moment, Johnny looks up and asks, "Mommy, is God Michael Jackson?"

Andreas Hofer
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Not sure what's so special about it. My old office PC boots in about 12 seconds to Windows 7 64. It is based on Intel's G41 chipset, has 4GB SD-DDR-2 667, an Intel Penium D 820 and a 61MB/s Samsung HD501LJ 500GB HDD. The trick is to have as few hardware components as possible connected to your system, this reduces boot time dramatically. In comparison my normal PC (Xeon X3360) with 6 HDDs etc. takes about 28 seconds after a cold start and 21 when rebooting.

On a laptop that almost has no internal devices other than the core components it is quite easy to achieve 10 seconds or less especially with the help of SSDs and fast chipsets. I assume they removed lot's of stuff from the motherboard that could not have been used anyway because of missing connectors in the first place.

Btw. if you compile your own Linux kernel and have a fast system already you can speed up boot time even more but it takes some getting used to.

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Zero_UK wrote:

I like!. Question is, that on a flash SSD or the notebook HDD?

ssd for sure most laptop hdd's are 5400rpm so that a bit slow

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I like!. Question is, that on a flash SSD or the notebook HDD?

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1... 2... 3... 4... 5... 6... 7... 8... 9... 10... It's up and running! :)

Very fast!!!

PC: Tt Core V21; Kaveri APU, 16GB RAM, GTX 960, Arch Linux
Server: Rosewill Legacy V6-S, AMD Athlon 5350 APU, 8GB RAM, 90W DC-IN PSU, Ubuntu Server

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WOW! And I thought Splashtop was cool.