After installing the Windows 10 anniversary update, my computer boots very slow. The first part of booting (bios, loading Windows) is as fast as it used to be, but after logging in I'm stuck on a black screen with just my cursor for over a minute before it seems to continue with the login.
I made a video to explain what I mean.
Also, when I shutdown, Windows says that Spotify is blocking the shutdown - Which is strange because why would Spotify do this? It will stay on this screen for about a minute until it just gives up and I'm back on my desktop with everything except Spotify shut down. If I click 'Force shutdown' or close Spotify before shutting down, everything works fine.
I have done some boot traces as requested by @magicandre1981 and @nijave -- They have now been removed because they were eating up my Google Drive storage.
I don't get this issue when the computer reboots, only when it's completely shut down and started again later. So I'm not sure the traces are of much help.