Re: Win 7 slow boot.
I have done it both ways. Doing it one at a time is the best way to effectively find out which one affected you. But I never had the time to reboot a computer over 60 times while the customer was being billed by the hour. My clients would of had a heart attack. If I broke that down in logical groups I could save hours. The hard part was to make sure you knew what items you just turned off, because the minute you found the problem group, you would have to turn it back off and go one at a time. But what I would do is kind of a hybrid, I would start quickly the things that I was pretty confident were not the issue in groups and then go one at a time w/ the rest. But for the average home user, I agree that they should just do it one at a time. Just put on some good music or something first, cause it will take you a while. :-)
Originally Posted by Adamsappleone
Network Administrator, MCSE, MCSA, CCNA