Thread: Win 10 Restart VS Shut Down then Start

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    Win 10 Restart VS Shut Down then Start

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    Is there a difference? Cuz often on my machine -- Win10, i7, 8000mg-ram, 600mb-vga -- , when I get stuck, the time between Restarting, Time after it shuts down then restart, and first Shutting Down and Starting is way different. When I've bogged down and restart, the next boot time is laggy, and the machine is also laggy after boot up. Though if I shut down first at wait a sec before starting, it seems to boot up 2wise the speed, and no after lag.
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    Do you have fast startup enabled? If I understand correctly, a shutdown and startup will use fast startup, whereas a restart will not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Do you have fast startup enabled? If I understand correctly, a shutdown and startup will use fast startup, whereas a restart will not.
    Ah that makes sense. But after the laggy restart, the machine also becomes laggy, donno why is that.
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    You can try and press shift while clicking shutdown, this will perform a full reset of your machine much like restart does.
    In any case, you shouldn't have a laggy windows 10 machine, regardless of use. Some process in your system is causing this. You should investigate which. Restart or shutdown won't solve it.
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