Check your boot speed with BootRacer

runs on Windows
screenshot of BootRacer

How long does it take your Windows machine to boot up? Whether your system's super fast or super slow, BootRacer can help to put a number to your computer's start up speed. As you tweak and fiddle with your system to speed it up, how can you tell if it's faster? If you have to sit there with a stopwatch and time it, you just may lose your mind. If you put BootRacer on the task, you can let it watch your startups for you instead.

BootRacer automatically checks—and logs—your system startup time each and every time you boot your system. It has a small footprint in terms of its required memory and the disk space it consumes, so your system won't take a hit from the tool itself. It keeps an eye on both "time to log-on" and "time to desktop", so you will have real-world numbers to look at for these two important indices.

BootRacer is free for non-commercial use. It's a Windows app that requires WinXP or later.

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One Response to “Check your boot speed with BootRacer”

  1. RanMan says:

    Didn’t work for me. Stuck in “Be Patient Racing Has Started” and never recovered.

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