I installed bootvis today to try to find out why my startup has slowed down. However, when I run it, it says I need to "turn on the graph saving" to make it work. Anyone know how I actually do this?? All the stuff I can find on the net is a bit out of date or doesn't mention this step in the guides to running the prog.
I had the same problem, as I wasn't sure how to do it,so I put Bootvis.exe into a new folder named Bootvis, inside the Programs Files Folder. Then put a shortcut to it in the Start Menu. Worked OK after that.
Thanks, That solved it (I'd saved it to a downloads file) It shows (i think) that it takes 39 secs to boot. I optimised anyhow. What I still can't work out is why it then goes to the welcome screen for 33 secs (fine), then loads the wallpaper (fine), but then has a kip where the HD seems to do virtually nothing for exactly 60 secs, before the HD starts up again and loads the desktop. I guess 2 mins to get started isn't bad, but it used to be a minute!