Measure Boot Time in Windows 10 / 8 / 7 with Windows Boot Timer

Have you ever measured your PC’s boot time? I guess, not! Well, here’s a simple utility called Windows Boot Timer that may interest you. Windows Boot time utility is a useful boot timer utility that loads itself in memory when you start your computer and measures total system boot time.

After all system processes have loaded, the utility removes itself from the system memory and displays the total boot time. No installation is required. All you need to do is double-click on the executable & upon restart, it will display the time taken by your computer to load windows. It does not count the time taken to go through BIOS or BIOS boot up password.

Sadly, the program without your consent, takes you to the developer’s site for feedback and product endorsements.

Measure Windows Boot Time

Download Boot Timer. It works with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 & Windows Vista too! Save all you work and then use this utility.

Run the downloaded utility. It will ask for permission to reboot. Click OK. On reboot, you will first get a message asking you to not use the mouse or keyboard for some time. So please adhere to it. Soon you will get a dialog box telling you your Windows Boot up time.

Here is my regular startup time in Windows 8.

Boot Time Utility

And here are the readings after I removed start-up entry. My computer was able to shave off a little time.

boot time utility 2

BootRacer is another tool that helps you measure boot tie. AppTimer is a freeware that will run an executable, a pre-set number of times and then measure the time it takes to start-up each time. Soluto will not only measure your boot time but also help you optimize boot time further.

Go here if you want to make Windows Startup, Run, Shutdown Faster.

Updated and ported from WVC.

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Anand Khanse aka HappyAndyK is an end-user Windows enthusiast, a Microsoft MVP in Windows, since 2006, and the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.