Autologon not such a good idea.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by efishie, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. efishie

    efishie Guest

    I have noticed that vista boots up to a usable desktop faster if I logon
    manually, rather than let windows logon automatically. For me, boot time is
    significantly increased from ~94secs to ~45 secs (as logged in
    diagnositics-performance in the event viewer). I wonder if this is
    reproducible on other machines.
     
    efishie, Nov 4, 2007
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  2. efishie

    Rick Rogers Guest

    I've noticed no difference (just tested it again to ensure no recent update
    caused a change).
     
    Rick Rogers, Nov 4, 2007
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  3. efishie

    rsergio Guest

    Absolutely! There's high load of CPU because of system services are
    still loading and your GUI apps start loading...
    I solve it by using 'Vista autologon' (http://www.logonexpert.com)
    'tool LogonExpert' (http://www.logonexpert.com) -- it can be configured
    for pre-logon delay. If you will like it please drop me a PM I gonna
    send you a 30% off coupon code I got from developers
     
    rsergio, Nov 7, 2007
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