This 10-second “delay” of the boot process gives Windows operating systems and services time to load data into memory and to perform necessary system tasks before the applications request it. resource usage bridge. However, if you have some applications that need to be opened immediately when Windows starts, you can make a little adjustment in the Registry.
Note 1: How to adjust in the Registry that I am about to introduce you will reduce or disable the startup delay feature. This means it will apply to all applications that start with Windows. You will not be able to set an exception to boot delay for a specific application.
Note 2: Ignoring the boot delay will work best on SSDs, and the HDD you won’t notice the difference.
Step 1: First press the key combination Windows + R and type regedit come in Enter.
Step 2: When the Registry window appears, click in the following order (or copy and paste into the search bar and then Enter):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Explorer
Step 3: Right-click on the item Explorer, choose new then select Key.