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deepakmrt
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Desktop HP ALL-IN-ONE 22-DF0120M PC

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HP ALL-IN-ONE 22-DF0120M PC
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Hi Team, i have purchased below desktop for my company the overall performance of the machine is good but it takes time to boot on first time. Please suggest something or i have visit service center.

HP ALL-IN-ONE 22-DF0120M PC 

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time , how much time

did you now the time reduces each time you boot a new PC, ask MS why,  it does updates all the time

so NEW in a box PC is not behind.

no time stated, in seconds.

fast boot turned on no less.

it also varies by the amount of bloatware on any PC.

and SSD drive boot is best never use HDD to boot.

128 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD (yours is this so GOOD)

even leave the PC on for 2 days,  internet connect so it can CATCH UP, to all UPDATES.

then it boots faster.  if yours startup folders are full  of bloat there is no predicting any bloat on earth ,even adobe is bad.

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NO warranty answers by me.
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@deepakmrt 

You already got a reply from @savvy2 so I am not going to repeat that information -- but I am going to tell you taking this to a service center is a waste of time, as they only deal with equipment failures, and your PC is not failing.

 

While your PC does have an NVMe SSD, it also has only an Athlon processor -- so I would not be surprised if it took 30 seconds or more to get to a Windows desktop.  If that is the timeframe you are seeing, there is nothing wrong with it.



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