Wednesday, October 27, 2010

BootRacer : An Application That Finds Windows Boot Time

Startup timer utility BootRacer checks your startup speed between reboots, eliminating the need to hold a stop watch while tweaking your machine for faster boot speeds. It is a Windows boot speed meter.

Once installed, testing your boot speed is as simple as launching BootRacer and clicking the Race It button, which will prompt you for a few settings and then reboot your machine. By default the application is set to run at every boot and display your results with a tray icon balloon, but that can be easily changed in the settings. Once you've got your baseline timing, you should use Gina's complete guide to speeding up your PC's startup to increase your rating—and more importantly, your boot speed.

BootRacer can detect the time to user logon and the full computer boot time. Also BootRacer writes results to the Windows event log and calculates the best boot time. BootRacer uses minimum of your computer resources.
System Requirements
  • A personal computer with Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/Seven(32 or 64 bit).
  • The amount of disk space you need to install BootRacer is approximately 3 MB.
  • The memory requirements BootRacer are similar to those for your operating system.
Download BootRacer from HERE
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