I own a MSI laptop with Windows 10.
Over the past few days when I logged into my user account, Windows 10 has instead logged me into a temporary profile. I have had to restart to access my actual user account. Can anyone tell me why this is happening? I always use CCleaner to clean the registries (especially recently) yet this is the first time this has happened and it is worrying me. I do not have any viruses nor malware (scan regularly).
Using autoruns, I notice that a few entries are ‘missing’: wfpcapture, wow64.dll, wow64win.dll, wow64cpu.dll.
This leads me to the second part of my question (related). The laptop has an SSD and I use it to boot Windows. With an SSD, I'd expect boot times of around 20s total (bios and user account combined). I take 60 seconds sometimes to load my user account...
I just timed it after a restart:
BIOS- 20 seconds
User account – 8 seconds
However, starting up from shut down (on a new day I guess) takes much longer for the user account, up to 40+ seconds. I have attached a screenshot of my startup programs to demonstrate that I run the bare minimum required.
Time after start up (on new day)
BIOS- 23 seconds
User account – 28 seconds
With the recent temporary profile problem, it takes even longer.
Maybe I can disable GUI boot?
CPU: I7 6700HQ
Video card: GT960M
RAM: 16 GB
SSD: 128 GB
Can anyone help me with the problems? It is very frustrating to have a slow bootup even with the SSD.