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Make your Windows boot faster with Soluto

Soluto is an innovative application which makes your system boot faster. Presented as “anti-frustration software’, Soluto helps you understand the Windows boot process and allows you make necessary changes to speed-up the boot process.

It let you know which applications are actually slowing down the boot process and gives you options like removing, delaying or pausing the applications from the system’s boot-up sequence to speed-up the boot process.

It works as follows: After installing Soluto (.NET Framework and active internet connection required), restart your system. It calculates the boot time and shows you the result as shown below.

Click ‘Click here to see why’ button, you will get a window as shown below (required active internet connection).

Startup items shown in orange color are potentially removable, in grey shows item that can’t be removed and in green (not on the screenshot) shows items that can easily get rid of.

It is an excellent startup monitor and optimizer which can cuts down your boot time significantly. You can download (currently beta) it free at source.


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