|Op. System:||Windows XP|
|File size:||60 KB|
Publisher description for BootTimer
You can run this from anywhere, as it copies itself to a temp folder on the system drive. This modifies the Boot.ini (makes backup then restores on reboot) And UserInit loading. Use at your own risk. A Higher Boot Score typically means faster overall boot (its not based on 1-100). Boot score may need some work but in testing with various fixed results it worked out well. Highest possible boot score is 250 but I doubt ANYONE will ever get that. All times are calculated from the same Start Time; the Start Time being the time the Boot Log is created, which is right when drivers and services are loaded/started. -Boot time is time it takes drivers and services to load (Similar to the BootVis timing) -Desktop is the time it takes to display my app (seems to be the same from one PC to the next) -Userinit waits for userinit.exe to exit. Userinit deals with login, network connections etc. Score is based on the Boot time and Userinit.