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Boot Timer Monitor?


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#1 tackyjan

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 05:20 AM

Hi All!!

For some reason, recently, my computer has become very slow after I login. I type my password and start to login and it takes like 30 seconds to see the desktop.

Is there a program out there that you would recommend that monitors all processes and applications that start (after login, not necessarily at bootup, if there is a difference)?

Thanks!

Jan

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#2 noknojon

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 10:26 PM

Hi - Can you please help us with a few of these details -

Please download MiniToolBox, save it to your desktop and run it.

Checkmark the following boxes:

•Flush DNS
•Report IE Proxy Settings
•Reset IE Proxy Settings
•Report FF Proxy Settings
•Reset FF Proxy Settings
•List content of Hosts
•List IP configuration
•List last 10 Event Viewer log
•List Installed Programs
•List Users, Partitions and Memory size.
•List Minidump Files


Click Go and post the result (Result.txt). A copy of Result.txt will be saved in the same directory the tool is run.

Note: When using "Reset FF Proxy Settings" option Firefox should be closed.

You could list the Make and Model of computer and post a snapshot with Speccy as this may give us a bit more to look at -
Publish a Snapshot using Speccy <<Follow These Directions

Thank You -






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