Monday, March 28, 2011

BootVis : An Application That Improves Windows XP Boot Time

BootVis is a computer application that allows PC manufacturers to check how long a Windows XP machine takes to boot, and then to optimize the boot process, sometimes considerably reducing the time required. It was formerly a Microsoft product, but it is no longer available from the company's website.

BootVis defines boot and resume times as the time from when the power switch is pressed to the time at which the user is able to start a program from a desktop shortcut. The application measures time taken during Windows XP's boot or resume period. BootVis can also invoke the optimization routines built into Windows XP, such as defragmenting the files accessed during boot, to improve startup performance. This optimization is automatically done by Windows at three day intervals.

Note: The Bootvis.exe tool is no longer available from Microsoft.

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