Do you have an SSD and want your Windows 10 to boot faster?
There is a feature that adds a delay on your Windows 10 startup, this was useful on HDD hard drives to help them catch up with the system boot using the delay.
On SSD drives this delay is no longer needed, so you need to remove it to speed up your system startup.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to get rid of this delay during the Windows 10 boot.
Remove Boot Delay on Windows 10
First, open the Registry Editor using the Run prompt with the command
regedit, you can also use Start.
Navigate to the following path:
Right-click on Explorer and choose “New” > “Key“. Name the new key
Select the key “Serialize” and right-click on the right side and choose “New” > “DWORD (32-bit) Value“.
Give it the value of
There you have it, you just learned how to boost your PC’s boot speed by disabling the startup delay.
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to leave a comment below