[Article] Startup Faster Windows 8

9/12/2011 01:17:00 PM | , , ,

One of the things that most annoy users, whatever their level of computer literacy in their possession, is the high start-up time required by a personal computer before they can be effectively used. The presence of many device drivers and the installation of many applications that start automatically when the system adds to the timing needed to boot Windows.

As revealed by Steven Sinofsky, Windows 8 Blog, Microsoft developers have put considerable efforts to improve the situation. Compared to Windows 7, the next version of the operating system shipped by the Redmond company, therefore, of Serbia has many new features that will help speed up the start of the personal computer.

Sinofsky said that approximately 57% of Windows users would prefer to completely turn off the personal computer rather than putting it in "standby". The arrest of the system helps ensure that the personal computer energy consumption (thus preserving battery life also). 'S "hibernation" is an off mode rather appreciated it, too, can achieve zero energy consumption while still having the ability to restore the previous session from where it was left.

According to Microsoft, 57% in the desktop users are used to completely shut down the system, 42% ricorrebbe how to "stand by" while only 1% of hibernation. In the field notebook, however, stop and stand by both would stand on a 45% while the remaining 11% of users prefer to hibernate mode.

The expert explains that Windows 8 Microsoft programmers have used an approach "creative" making further develop our innovations in "Seven." Result? According to tests conducted so far on various testing machines, Windows 8 would be significantly faster, than Windows 7, and to start up the desktop (see this summary chart).

The objective would be achieved by managing the shutdown and start up with a methodology "mixed". Unlike Windows 7, the next version of the operating system, the kernel will be "hibernating". Merely a '"hibernation" light, you can write information to disk in a very short time. During the process of hibernation, the system status and memory contents are saved to disk (the file named hiberfil.sys). These data are then read into memory and restored by their original positions.

Applying the same technique to boot, says Sinofsky, delivers a performance boost of between 30 and 70%. The benefits would be tangible for those who employ a traditional hard disk drives, both for those using the most modern and high performance solid state disk (SSD).Finally, on systems that implement the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) instead of the traditional BIOS, Windows 8 will start - Sinofsky - even in a blink of an eye.

Windows 8 will still allow you to disable manually the new mechanism for the startup and shutdown speed: a possibility, this is useful when you are preparing to intervene in the personal computer's hardware configuration (adding or replacing an internal component).

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