Often people buy a new PC, only because of time-consuming fire up of the old one. Delayed booting causes a real-time frustration among the PC users. Power users can manage their booting or start-up process pretty easily through Windows task manager, by stopping the less needed start-up processes. But it doesn’t help the millions of users who don’t even know why their PC consumes more time to start-up.
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When you log onto your PC and it takes a longer time to boot, don’t worry at all. There is a complete solution to such a problematic case. So don’t get frustrated.
There is available several applications to make start-up management easier but the latest revolution in this particular purpose is the introduction of “Soluto”. Because it works quit differently and it is much better than the other start-up managers that are available over the net. Other start-up managers only let you tweak the Windows start-up settings and don’t give you support after you have finished with the application. Where as Soluto takes completely a different approach by using a kernel level process that runs all the time. It’s uniqueness helps you every moment by gathering information during boot, and during your daily use. You will surely find its huge effectiveness just after installing it. It is also a freeware software, very good-looking and stylish.
How to use
At first what you have to do is to download Soluto.
After it has been downloaded completely, install it in your system. To install just follow the normal instructions.
After installation reboot your system, then the first screen comes in your Window is the analyzing window to identify the new programs seems like below.
Next Soluto looks for an active internet connection, then it detects the applications during start-up. Once finished, the following screen will come up.
In this window the green section is a group of apps that Soluto has identified as “no brainers” or applications that you can remove from the boot without much thinking. The orange-colored category is Potentially Removable or a group of applications that you may think about removing or may have to get advice on. The gray section denotes Required Applications or which can’t be removed. In the green section, you’ll see that a dialog has been appeared.
Contents of the appearing dialogue box shows the specific time needed for each program to be launched at start-up and the users are allowed to “Pause” or “Delay” the programs according to his choice.
When you click Delay, Soluto puts the application on hold during the boot process. When the system is idle for any time, the delayed applications are launched again.
After you are done with this process of marking applications to Pause or Delay, you’ll see the new or final estimated new boot time appear at the top of Soluto’s main window and it is less than the previous one.
“Soluto” runs all the time you use your system. If you think that it is troubling your system’s speed you can exit it from the task-bar.
Hope you will like that application.
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