N/APosted on - 02/19/2015
I have a desktop PC and I use it frequently. Nowadays, it is taking a lot of time to boot. My problem is totally different from the other problems posted all over the Internet. After the Windows logo disappears, my monitor shows a 'No Signal' message and it appears for about 5 seconds. After that, system bots and takes a lot of time to load. How to fix this?
What to do when PC takes a lot of time to boot?
If a lot of programs are loading at the startup of your Windows, this problem might appear. If the system is also jam-packed, this problem will appear.
First of all, try any good PC cleaner like CCleaner, Wise Care 365 etc. They’ll remove all the unwanted files from your system.
If this gives no result, you should try to disable the unwanted startup items. To do so,
1. From the Start menu, type “msconfig” >> hit Enter.
2. Open the “Startup” tab and disable unwanted programs.
If this is serious, you should consider re-installing Windows. Learn how to install Windows 7.
Now, you should expect a better performance.