My first question at the forum..
I have a lenovo y510p( core i7, 8gb ram, single gt 755m). In my that i added a samsung 840 evo 120gb ssd to the port(SATA ^6Gbps) where the hdd was and moved the hdd over to port where the ODD was.
i moved my os to the ssd using a cloning utility and am booting the OS from the ssd..
I have windows8.1 .. but the OS takes 21 seconds to boot up from the moment i press the power button which is almost no improvement over the hdd..
but arent ssds supposed to reduce the boot times considerably. ?
i ran crystal disk mark and got the following results
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the results seem to be normal .. so can anyone tell me why boot up time is long or if it actually is long ?