From time to time I get a notification that "Windows Start up took 1m 40sec" or similar with the suggestion that I look at the start up programmes with, I presume, the idea of reducing that time.
I am all for doing just that, however, when I open the Start Up I am confonted with a list of apps which for the most part mean very little to me. I have no idea what disabling any particular app will do; whether it would have a detrimental or beneficial effect on my system.
I would be grateful for any advice or suggestions you may be able to give to help me.
I had thought to supply you with a list of the apps but can find no way to even copy a list into a word document, so maybe you could help me to accomplish that so that you will be better able to help me!
Alternatively, I am happy for you to use remote access.
The updater found 16 drivers that needed updating.
I did the updating and restarted the laptop.
The laptop then wouldnt start - I got the blue screen error message.
The only way I could get it working again, which took me 2 days, was to reset back to a restore point 2 weeks ago .
As a result I presume the driver updating never happened.
Is there anything I can do to get the Driver Updater to work without causing this significant error message?
Processeur Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.20 GHz
Mémoire RAM installée 10,0 Go
ID de périphérique B97B8955-E5F7-4030-93CD-32FB22878060
ID de produit 00326-10000-00000-AA251
Type du système Système d’exploitation 64 bits, processeur x64
Stylet et fonction tactile La fonctionnalité d’entrée tactile ou avec un stylet n’est pas disponible sur cet écran
It has Windows 10 HOME, 1995Mhz CPU, 4GB RAM, 700GB HDD.
I have installed the Auslogics programs and used the scans a few times.
WHat is the most effective thing Ican do to speed up this computer ?
( not including replacing it! )
When using AusLogics BoostSpeed of any version (from version 5 to the latest) in the Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB operating system, the reflection of available networks in the system tray disappears when you click on the network icon (both Wi-Fi and local). As well as a keyboard input indicator. Moreover, when uninstalling AusLogics BoostSpeed, this problem is not resolved. Which eliminates the use of AusLogics BoostSpeed on laptops with this system. How can this be fixed?
Hello from Italy,
before I founf Auslogic I used Ccleaner a lot to keep my PC in shape. Right now I still observe a diffrence between Ccleaner and Auslogic Registry Cleaner when it come to the type and number of issues the two programs do find in the Windows Registry.
Did you ever check this out and do you understand the reason why this is the case. To a lay person the Registry can or be wrong or right configured ... or is this the part where programming has it's gray zone ?
I can be happily working along, and if I need to see a video file, I can... but then, sometimes it stops, and I cannot make the video work again.
I have Driver Updater, but if I reboot the computer, the video function will work again.
Sometimes, if I run a BoostSpeed scan, the video might work again. It can still stop again, but if I Boost Speed again, it may not make the video run again.
So I have to reboot again instead, which is pretty time consuming.
My initial thought is I'm missing video drivers, but i have Driver Updater.
Can you advise and help me?