How To Fix Windows 7 Slow Boot Up

by Frank on March 23, 2012

Are you really worrying about your windows 7 slow boot up? Need some simple step-by-step guide to speed up windows 7 booting process? Then you have come to the right place. In this article, I’m going to show you some tips and tricks to tweak your Windows 7 boot. All these tips are mainly based on Windows tools and utilities.

Increase Boot Up Speed Using Automated Cleaning Tool

In my first few paragraphs, I’ll explain you about all the things you can do manually in order to boost your boot up speed. If you feel like it’s bit complicated, I highly recommend you to use WiseFixer. The software will scan your computer for both errors and invalid settings and easily repair these problematic entries within few minutes. Click here to free download it.

Things you can do manually to fix Windows 7 slow boot up

Ok, here is the list of things you can perform manually.

Using Microsoft Configuration Wizard


windows 7 start menu

Also known as Msconfig is the main user control panel for all the programs related to Windows startup. So you can remove some unnecessary startup programs from windows using this tool. To do this, just type msconfig on start menu search box and hit enter key. Microsoft Configuration window will open. Now click on Start Up tab, uncheck some unwanted programs and click OK.

msconfig startup entries

Using Disk-CleanUp


Disk clean up is a small utility made for remove temporary files and folders on your Windows 7. Removing these temp files can speed up the booting process. So, to do this, you need to type cleanmgr on start menu search box and press enter. You need to manually remove temp files on every hard drive partition one by one.

Defragment your Hard Disk


When we regularly use our computer, we usually do many file activities such as copying, pasting and moving on it. So, various files save on random places on your hard drive. Using defragmentation, all these files are re-ordered in a raw while making them easier to read by Windows 7. To defragment your hard drive, simply type dfrgui (defrag.msc for Windows XP) on start menu and continue by pressing enter. Defragmentation may take few minutes to complete, so please wait.

Well, applying these tricks can make some little improvement on Windows 7 boot up. However these are just simple tips. You can easily boost your boot up speed using WiseFixer with advanced registry entry decoding and compressing technology. Just download it and scan your computer once. If it detects 1 or more problems, you need to fix them in order to get rid of windows 7 slow boot ups.

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