Many Windows 10 users are worried because it takes too long for their operating system to load or in other words, their startup time is extremely high. For such users, it becomes a necessity to disable all those processes that take the longest time to load at startup. Therefore, they need to identify such processes first. In this article, we will explain to you the method through which you can find the time it takes a program to load at Windows 10 startup.

Measuring the start time of Windows Applications

In order to find the time it takes a program to load at Windows 10 startup, you will need to perform the following steps:

Press Ctrl+ Alt+ Del in order to launch a menu and then click on the Task Manager option from that menu. Alternatively, you can right click on your taskbar in order to launch a menu and then select the Task Manager option from that menu. Moreover, you can also type Task Manager in the search section of your taskbar and then click on the search results in order to launch the Task Manager window. The newly opened Task Manager window is shown in the following image:

Windows Task Manager

Now switch to the Startup tab by clicking on it as highlighted in the image shown above.

The Startup tab is shown in the image below:

Startup tab

Now right click on the Startup Impact tab in order to launch a pop-up menu as shown in the following image:

Startup Impact

Select the option saying, CPU at Startup from this menu as highlighted in the image shown above.

As soon as you will click on it, all your startup processes will be arranged in the descending order of the time it takes to load at Windows 10 startup. It means that the process, which takes the longest to load at startup, will appear at the top. In my case, I do not have any processes enabled at startup but if you have such processes enabled, then you will clearly be able to see their order.

Startup time in ms

Conclusion

By following the method discussed in this article, you can easily find the time it takes a program to load at Windows 10 startup and hence, you can conveniently disable all those processes that increase your startup time.

How to Measure the Time it takes a Program to Load at Windows 10 Startup
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