19 June 2011

Improve the Booting Process in Win7 or Vista

One of the common problems in windows operating system is slow booting or start up. This problem would appear after using the windows for some time and install and uninstall lots of programs. One way to solve this issue is to use the Windows msconfig tool and then remove some programs from the Startup tab. This is a good way but not enough. If you use Windows Vista or 7 and have the same problem, you should know these two windows, have a new ability that called Windows boot performance diagnostics. When you activate this tool, windows automatically solves the problems that cause your system boot slowly. Just follow these steps:

Step 1

In the Start or Run dialog box type gpedit.msc and press Enter. The Local Group Policy window will be open.

Step 2

In the Local Group Policy editor, from the left panel go to this path:

computer configuration>administrative templates>system>troubleshooting and diagnostics>windows boot performance diagnostics

Step 3

Now on the right section of the window, double click on Configure Scenario execution Level. In the new window, select Enabled. Also be sure that under Scenario Execution Level, the Detection, Troubleshooting and Resolution are checked. Click the OK button and restart the Windows.

Note: The windows boot performance diagnostics works properly, when Diagnostic Policy Service(DPS) is activated. For this:

Step 1

In the Start or Run dialog box, type services and press Enter.

Step 2

In new window find Diagnostic Policy Service and be sure that its status is enabled.