How to disable Startup delay on your Windows 10 PC
How to turn off Windows 10 startup delay?
When you start-up your Windows 10 PC, it takes around 10 seconds to load the startup applications. However, enabling of this feature keeps your system smoother but if you want to run startup programs immediately, you may disable it from making changes in Registry. Ifyou feel, it is impacting on your system hardware, you may reverse the changes anytime.
Registry Editor is a powerful tool and misusing it can cause system issues or remove your stored data. Before you get started, make sure that you have a backup of registry and your computer so that you may easily restore it if anything goes wrong.
Once you are ready to make changes in Registry Editor. Follow the below given steps:
- On your Windows 10 PC, press “Windows key + Run” key shortcut, type “regedit” and hit “Enter” to open the “Registry Editor.”
- In the Registry Editor, follow the below given path in left side pane or you may also copy – paste it in registry editor’s address bar:
- If the Serializekey is not there, you need to create one. Right-click on the parent key (Explorer) and select New > Key. Name it “Serialize.”
- Right-click the Serializekey and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name the new value StartupDelayInMSec.
- To modify the key value, double-click the new StartupDelayInMSecvalue and make sure the value is set to “0” in the “Value data” box.
- Click “OK” and then close “Registry Editor.”
- Now, restart your computer to apply the changes you made.
This is how you may easily disable Windows 10 startup delay. In case you want to re enable this delay, all you need to do is just open the Registry Editor and delete the StartupDelayInMSecvalue by right-clicking it and then clicking “Delete.”