We always recommend you to get an SSD drive if you have a slow startup in Windows 10. But if your computer startsup slow, even after you get an SSD, which could be a problem.
Fortunately, not a problem we can not solve. SSD drive beats the HDD when it comes to speed boot.
Some SSD (in combination with the right hardware) can start your computer in a few seconds.
And because we know how fast SSD, if booting your computer, takes a little more time, you have to know something is not right and need to be resolved.
So, check our solution for slow boot in Windows 10 on a Solid State Drive.
What can I do if Windows 10 boot slower on the SSD?
- automatically update your AHCI driver
- Disable ULP
- Change Power Options for High Performance
- Disable unnecessary services on Startup
- Quick Turn Startup
- Update your driver through Device Manager
- Remove the DVD drive.
- Uninstall your graphics card drivers
- Adjust your virtual memory settings
- Reset Windows 10
1. Automatically update your AHCI driver
Users often report a problem with slow boot times, and to correct, update the AHCI driver did wonders.
This is relatively simple if you are a beginner. You can download and install it manually.
To do that, you need to visit your motherboard manufacturer’s website and take your time to find the required driver.
2. Disable ULP
1.Go to Search, type Regedit, and open the Registry Editor.
2.To avoid digging through various channels, go to Edit> Find, enter EnableUlps, and press Enter.
3.Now, double click on EnableUlps and change its value to 0
Disabling ULP is probably the most common and most effective solution to this problem, judging by positive feedback.
ULP stands for Ultra-Low Power America, and it is a kind of energy-saving for your graphics card.
For example, when your Pc goes to sleep, your graphics card will do the same thing, so you have to wait a few moments over the next startup for your graphics card to get up.
Disabling ULP will improve both the appearance up and startup so that this solution should be your first call.
3. Change the Power Options for High Performance
- Go to Search, type power management, and open Power Management.
- In the Power Management window, choose the High-Performance plan.
If disabling ULP does not do much, you can try to change the power option for high performance. Use the steps above to do it.
This should change your power plan, which will affect the next startup, and hopefully, reduce boot time.