On Thu, 22 Aug 2019, Brian Vogel wrote:
Yep. The most inane and counterintuitive change Microsoft introduced. I have nothing against the Fast Startup, per se, but I do have a huge problem withQuite agreed. And the first thing MS does on a windows update, is turn it back on. Be warned.
On systems with SSDs the decrease in boot times when it's off are imperceptible. OnOn my HDD equipped laptop, turning it off approximately doubles boot time, to about two minutes.
Well, actually, about 50 seconds of that is between logon and desktop stability, which is usually shorter with this option turned on, although I'm not exactly sure why, since it shouldn't have any effect at that point in the process.