If you are an expert or administrator, you can further analyze these logs for further study. This is a rather strange and incorrect design decision by Microsoft. So make sure that you install the latest driver given in dell website. Now it's time to get rid of these useless programs. The machine is under warranty, and could be sent back, but that would be a serious pain so if there is a solution I can implement I would much prefer to do so.
I never thought that there was something worse than Windows 8, but I was wrong 8. Event Viewer log : No Bad sectors on drive. It may take a while for it to run, but keep an occasional eye on it to see if it generates any errors. Reinstalling the Windows without affecting the currently installed applications or settings? When it tells you it can't do it right now - and asks you if you'd like to do it at the next reboot - answer Y for Yes and press Enter. You are waiting for an answer. So I decided to stop researching on this topic and start working on my other jobs.
If so I will wait for a fix. Hi , I've had certain problem with my Windows 8 installation. People often complained, and rightfully so, that it requires too many mouse clicks to shut down Windows 8. It's quicker than a reboot, and if you have any Desktop shortcuts, it won't scramble them. This will help you visually without any commands a clean interface to check how many seconds your computer takes to boot-up in different cases, I listed above. This article also applies for Windows 8.
The second step is to disable services which are hogging your resources. Winaero's lets you customize this menu to your liking if you don't want to use a Start Menu replacement. Find and disable start-up programs that are not so important to run on Windows start-up. Yesterday, I upgraded my 8. My event logs are exactly the same as yours without boot metrics , I do also have your WudRfd warning! From what I can tell this is a problem with mainly Windows 8.
In an age when malware has become ubiquitous even on Macs , a good anti-virus suite is indispensable. Like in screenshot below Skype, Adobe Updater…, Logitech download are useless for me to load at start-up, so I am going to disable those program to speed up Windows load time. To access these tools and make a proper use of them, consult the following procedures. What I would like to know is if Microsoft understands that we are having these problems and can give us some sound advice i. It looks like a lot of people are experiences slower boot and shutdown times after Windows 8. Observe the one making trouble, and respond consequently. See through the entire manuscript and recount these with your own very situation.
Let us know if you have any good suggestion or any question. Windows 8 is different than previous versions of wondows. I believe that the clue is to find out which service causes this delay. You didn't mention which security software you're using, but Norton Internet Security seems to have been the source of my problems. I also had problems during installation of Windows 8.
It's not like the cleanup way. After being upgraded to Windows 8. A shutdown will normally take that shortcut. In addition, if you choose to reset Windows 10, you will lose the option of going back to Windows 7 or 8 forever, so you may end up being stuck with Windows 10 unless you have a Windows 7 or 8 system image or restore partition. When I was going to install video driver, it was said that a newer version is already installed.
Go to Power Option from the Control Panel. Bonus tip: You may also want to. You can easily apply for the and enjoy the full disk cleanup and optimization feature by putting your valid mail address. In the age of the Ultrabook, boot times of 30 seconds or less have become standard. If the issue does not appear, you would have to delete the corrupted user profile and create a new one for your own. But, I've already provided some info on Windows native performance tracking tools. The user profile you are logged in with could be corrupted.
If not, proceed to the next method. There seems nothing wrong with the Windows, but only the startup is slow. Just to close this one down, for the sake of anyone looking for help from it: I agreed with Vegan Fanatic's assessment that the hard disk was probably shot, and took the machine back to the shop where I bought it for service under its 2-year warranty. Also let me know whether your problems subsided if you followed the above solutions? Right click on taskbar and open task manger. A shutdown will normally take that shortcut. Go to windows run winkey + r and type msconfig. I have already tried updating to the latest bios and with no luck.
After it fully starts up, it seems to run fine. It doesn't take much time to start up only 10 — 15 seconds but shut-down takes a day which seems very bad for me. By disabling that feature, I was able to finally solve my problem and fix the slow or long shutdown time of my computer. The Win+X menu appears when you right click the bottom-left hot corner of the screen. I have not seen it occur since the last incident either so I have no further info to provide. What is causing this situation where when it boots after this that everything is like in a default state as if I just installed windows With exception of my user name being already available and having to sign out and sign back in to reaccess My own themes, shortcuts, desktop etc. All the same, I just don't believe you have a serious cause for concern.