Delay Start Up Time Of Programs In Windows 10 PC Tutorial
Faster Windows Boot Time Using Task Scheduler
When logging into Windows 10 it can become very slow at the start because of too many programs trying to boot at the same time.
Well the good news is you can actually put a delay on how long it takes for each program to start, which will remove some stress on your system helping speed the boot time of Windows 10.
1. Open the Windows 10 start menu and search “task scheduler” > Open Task Scheduler > Click Action > Create Task.
3. Go onto the ‘Triggers Tab’ > Click ‘New’ > Create a new Trigger:
You now need to select the below options:
- Begin the task: “At Log on”
- Choose what users you want the program to start up on
- Delay task for: “Choose a time”
- Tick enabled then hit okay
4. Go to the ‘Actions’ Tab > Click ‘New’ > Change the Action to “Start a program” > Browse the path of the program you want to start > Click OK.
5. Check the ‘Conditions and Settings’ tabs to make sure you are happy with all the settings > Click OK (You will now see under Task Scheduler Library your new task has been created, now when you log into Windows your program will start up once the delay timer has finished.
You can test your Task Scheduler by selecting it then right-clicking and selecting run.