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I have a Windows 10 + Xeon E3 (i7-4770 equivalent) with a Samsung 840 SSD and 32GB RAM, but the boot times are worse than what I experience with a Windows 7 + i5 with an ADATA SP900 and 8 GB RAM.

I fear that the issue mentioned in Why is the boot sequence no more visible with a Gainward GTX 1060 Phoenix? could affect it, but I would like to track the time required at boot by the various drivers and modules.

How can I have a trace of the boot process including time required and IO activity? I already know that Task Manager can provide those informations for the Startup applications, but I refer to the boot part, before the login screen.

marked as duplicate by magicandre1981 windows-10 May 10 '17 at 15:28

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  • Boot time are really OS dependant. Moreover, it's not the same setup. It's not logic to compare boot times of two differents installs of Windows. – Neil May 10 '17 at 9:02
  • @Neil Ok, thanks. I'm still interested in having a sort of boot log to improve my system. I think the question is not strictly limited to the reasoning that pushed me, it can be useful in general. – FarO May 10 '17 at 9:52
  • follow my steps from my answer of the duplicate topic. I shows how to trace it. – magicandre1981 May 10 '17 at 15:29