It will take long the first time, but as long as you use it once a week, it will launch faster. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (3) Collapse - What's running? way back when disc parking was a must before stopping the computer for any reason.
I have a 8 year old Dell and was determined to install a SSD as the primary drive. Programs Take Forever To Open Yet the computer is flying like a starship at warp. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 5 1 http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f16/ssd-slow-program-start-up-953337.html However, I could click on Chrome and OneNote and it will be open, pretty much instantaneously.
I have Windows 8 to optimize the drives daily and trim is enabled.
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It took MS 20 years to get there but they did it...and then they phoqued it up with Win 8, which is very stable and faster than 7 but the UI
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I've been running Windows 8 since launch date and while I have my share of complaints, being slow isn't one of them. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/292947-32-opening-programs-slow OS Windows 7 Quote 09 Dec 2012 #2 Gas View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Posts : 5 Windows8 Hi jaeb, I had a similar problem after the installation of Windows 10 Slow To Open Programs My drive has booted fine in the 'problem machine'. Windows 10 Programs Open Slowly The time now is 10:20.
This period is not enough for any novices to learn the problems that they could face. this contact form Any idea why OSX is so slow to open things?Click to expand... Open notepad on windows? How to work with a player who cites ADHD as reason for disruptive behavior How fast is my Hot Wheels car? Windows 10 Apps Slow To Open
Almost everything posted here is nonsense. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... By Scruffy90Started 29 minutes ago Posted in General Discussion play_circle_filled Latest From Linus Tech Tips: BETTER than a RED iPhone!! http://megathud.com/windows-10/the-screen-fall-down-when-j-launch-windows-may-be-a-proble.html Killing the power during a write operation will (usually) trigger the NTFS file system leave the partially written cluster remain available for overwrite but it won't do any permanent damage.
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - That is a left over from the old days... Windows 10 Apps Take Forever To Load Hi Need to know how to take apart... Though I would actually say that Windows 8/8.1 feels faster than 7 as does 10.9 feel faster than 10.8.
Though I would actually say that Windows 8/8.1 feels faster than 7 as does 10.9 feel faster than 10.8.Click to expand...
Sometimes it may be a case of having all of the installation files left around due to the nature of the upgrade process. Depending what brand your Hard drive is, each company provides its own software that can test a drive. Though I would actually say that Windows 8/8.1 feels faster than 7 as does 10.9 feel faster than 10.8.Click to expand... Regedit Hkey_current_user/control Panel/desktop/menushowdelay In the search window type "services." (No quotes)Scroll the list to locate SUPERFETCH and double-click on it.STOP the service.DISABLE the service.No harm will come of this, and it can always be
I am used to just pressing the start button and then typing the name of the application I want and then pressing enter to launch it. Cheap SSD vs Fast normal drive Speedy SCSI? so Im assuming its a bad windows install. Check This Out It will take long the first time, but as long as you use it once a week, it will launch faster.
I have it provisioned so that I only see 200GB and I am only actively using 30GB of it. I've tried a variety of machines, including the latest haswell macbooks running SSD's. As far as the start up programs that run in the background not counting my virus, and spyware programs, there are about 10 programs. All the other apps you mentioned I just opened on my iMac and they all opened on 1 bounce, thats nothing to complain about.
The current one is a little less than a year old. A friend callled and asked if I would 'clean up' her computer as it is acting slow. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply ls1dreams, Nov 1, 2013 Last edited: Nov 1, 2013 ls1dreams thread starter macrumors 6502 Joined: Aug 13, 2009 In other regards, the SSD doesn't slow down while copying files/installing programs/rendering, multitasking is just fine, it just has a hard time launching certain programs. « Can't boot from SSD
I also bought a new HP printer. Since it has a lot (but still only using 20% of the HD) school related programs, I am loath to do a factory reset.