Posted By RichC on November 19, 2010
The boot modifying program called Soluto seems to help keep my Windows 7 notebook computer’s cold boot a bit snappier. Although my older Windows machine may not be up to netbook, tablet or Macbook speeds, the improved one minute and 44 second boot is better than without the Soluto tweaks. The company’s tagline as “anti-frustration” software is partially true and I enjoy the improved control and ability to delay some boot program starts when doing a full boot. I generally “hibernate” my notebook, but purposely reboot a couple times of week to refresh the memory and clear the sluggishness that often creeps in after day to day use.
My recent cold start boot … after tweaks.