When you get a new PC, it always starts up and responds quickly. But as you install programs, games and fill up the hard disk with music, videos, and photos it could slow down and make the boot time the longest minutes in your life. There are numerous ways to speed up Windows PC, but if the problem with your PC is extremely long startup times then the causes could be quite specific.

The good news is that we have a few ways to speed up slow PC boot time.

1. Clean out unnecessary programs that launch at startup

It is an easy gesture for Windows 10 user. By pressing Ctrl+Alt+Esc to open the Task Manager, and going to the Startup tab, disable the unnecessary autostart programs. If you are still holding on Windows 7, you could open Start menu, type msconfig and press enter to see all the programs running when you boot up your PC.

2. Delay Windows Services running at startup

Many users have tried to disable Services to speed up boot time, but along with more serious problems, like no sounds or network connection when system running. How should you fix the conflict? You can delay some startup services because they are not needed the minute you start up your PC. Just open the Start menu, type services, and press enter—then right-click on any service to change its Properties.

3. Use a Startup Manager

In case manual mistake, you should use a professional tool to assist you to speed up PC boot time. Startup Manager in Neptune SystemCare Ultimate manages the programs you do not want to launch automatically on PC Startup in one-click, and ranks the suggestion rate of whether you should disable the programs or services. It is the best for the average users and the one who tries to be more efficient. It is much easier than operating by yourself.