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How long does it take your computer to boot up? My computer currently takes 26 seconds with a 5400 rpm hard drive and a 2.4GHz processor using OS X.

asked Oct 24 '10 at 04:34

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I'm running an iMac with a core i3 processor, and 4GBs of RAM, and it takes me roughly 15-20 seconds to boot up.

answered Oct 26 '10 at 19:40

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just under 10 seconds for my macbook pro with an ssd and approx 25 on my windows 7 with two harddrives in raid 0

answered Oct 24 '10 at 05:02

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im on windows 7 on my desktop and my 7200 spinpoint f3 boots me into windows in 17 seconds :D

answered Oct 24 '10 at 05:05

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Just tried it out know - tested it on my iPod Touch. The results came out as 9.23 seconds.... If you don't believe me I do have one of these:

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I have got the 32GB Model with the RAID and the best NVidia Graphics card on the planet - It is absolutely fantastic!!

answered Oct 24 '10 at 05:19

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show off...

(Oct 26 '10 at 19:52) JohnK JohnK's gravatar image
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There is no 32GB model of the Mac Pro.

(Oct 26 '10 at 20:27) TheTechDude TheTechDude's gravatar image

32gb RAM yes

(Oct 27 '10 at 00:31) Matthew B Matthew%20B's gravatar image

There is..

(Oct 31 '10 at 17:15) thecomputergeek01 thecomputergeek01's gravatar image
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you don't have it though :L

(Oct 31 '10 at 17:42) Tim Fontana Tim%20Fontana's gravatar image

What?! I have about 58.8 seconds for both of my computers. Idk why.

answered Oct 26 '10 at 19:42

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try a fresh install! [no don't it's a pain in the * !!!!]

(Oct 26 '10 at 19:53) JohnK JohnK's gravatar image

I just installed the os on my desktop. And my laptop has always been this slow.

(Oct 26 '10 at 20:05) Madison Tries Madison%20Tries's gravatar image

what os are you running?

(Oct 27 '10 at 00:46) bjone1153 bjone1153's gravatar image

Windows 7...

(Oct 31 '10 at 17:57) Madison Tries Madison%20Tries's gravatar image

I reduced my boot-up time very much using Soluto, highly recommended :)

answered Oct 26 '10 at 20:16

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So what's your boot up time?

(Oct 27 '10 at 00:15) FilipinoPower FilipinoPower's gravatar image

According to Soluto 2 mins average (before using soluto it was like 5 mins). My PC is rather old so it's good for me considering I've never had to reinstall the OS.

(Oct 27 '10 at 00:28) Alekz Alekz's gravatar image

What are the specs on your computer?

(Oct 27 '10 at 00:31) FilipinoPower FilipinoPower's gravatar image

Core 2 Duo e4300 (1.8Ghz) + 4GB RAM + nvidia 7600gs + Win Vista 32 bit. It's probably because of Vista but I haven't had the chance to upgrade to 7.

(Oct 27 '10 at 01:42) Alekz Alekz's gravatar image

My boot time is normally about 30-35 seconds.

answered Oct 26 '10 at 20:26

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On this Macbook Pro it came out as 52.8 seconds.

answered Oct 31 '10 at 17:34

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Just had to find a program for me to time myself. 38 seconds.

Windows7 x64 ultimate.

Intel core2duo 2.13GHz 1061MHz FSB

4GB RAM DDR2

500GB WD 7500RPM

answered Oct 31 '10 at 20:47

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edited Oct 31 '10 at 20:49

I don't know what my boot time is since I'm usually doing something else as its booting.

I don't really care how long it takes, I mean does it even matter? As long as I can do what I need to go on my PC then I'm happy.

answered Nov 11 '10 at 18:12

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