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davidp
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Post by davidp » Jul 24th, ’19, 16:52

I created te string for normal shutdown and after i use it and start the pc the pc takes 1:16 sec to boot whereas if i manually shutdown and start the pc it takes only 13s,why there is lot of difference in booting time and how to reduce the time to 13s.I double tested this.Measured time with stop watch
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Post by Tom » Jul 27th, ’19, 13:28

Have you tried all scripts in the Library? For example, there is a difference between a shutdown and hibernate.
You can also try various options:
https://www.autohotkey.com/docs/commands/Shutdown.htm
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Post by davidp » Aug 26th, ’19, 05:48

I tested only normal shutdown and don't want others,how to reduce boot time
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Post by davidp » Aug 29th, ’19, 04:02

pls fix it
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Post by Tom » Aug 29th, ’19, 11:48

There is nothing to be fixed in FastKeys.
Shutdown is a Dos command - change it as you like: https://www.computerhope.com/shutdown.htm
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Post by davidp » Aug 29th, ’19, 17:03

If it's nothing to be fixed then why does if i manually shutdown pc boots faster and ... there's a problem.
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Post by Tom » Aug 29th, ’19, 19:05

Tom wrote:
Aug 29th, ’19, 11:48
Shutdown is a Dos command - change it as you like: https://www.computerhope.com/shutdown.htm
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