Originally Posted by diabolus
Check out the second paragraph here.
Ah, that's Microsoft pickin' nits. It's still moving all the Window's dll's, ini's and startup programs into a more organized pattern on the HDD platter, but I agreee it's not "optimizing" anything by removing unneeded startup files. I've got a crappy Gateway desktop I use for web surfing and a little graphics work, and it boots slooooow. When I "Bootvis'd" it, it compartmentalized all the startup files during the kernel and dumped the GUI and all the dll's quickly into the RAM and VR for a faster startup.
It was an appreciable change, because the previous load would have posted my GUI first, and spent another 20 seconds (like I said, sloooow) placing the dll's into the VR and RAM. It still has a pause during the "MICROSOFT" black screen graphic, but when it goes, it goes quickly.