How to speed up Windows 10 boot times with Fast Startup

April 2016
PCWorld;Apr2016, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p126
The article discusses ways to improve performance of Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft Corp. For users upgrading from Windows 7, the FastStartup feature can be enabled through Control Panel. It states that reaching to the Control Panel means that one should head first to Power Options, which is under the Best Match search results. The Choose-What-The-Power-Buttons-Do option is displayed and select Turn-On-Fast-Startup box and click Save Changes.


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