Windows 8 boot up with SSD

We all know SSD are faster than our traditional Hard-disk and I wanted to try out how fast can we boot up the Dev preview of Windows 8 with a SSD as Windows 8 is optimized for SSD.

For this test I used the Kingston HyperX SSD and clean installed Windows 8 developer preview on the same and you can see the results of the same in the video listed below.

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  1. Juan Paolo Gillera

    i had Windows 7 on mine booted in 50 seconds now with Windows 8 it boots in 10 to 5 seconds (including time to Start Screen) on an HDD can wait to have an SSD

  2. feeltofree freeu

    Hi ranjith, i am using HP G42 notebook with windows 7 home basic, i want to up grade to windows 8. when i run windows8 upgrade assistant, it show me ”Your PC’s firmware doesn’t support Secure Boot so you won’t be able to use it in Windows 8.” what it mean ? i can’t update to windows 8.. one more thing my Kaspersky Anti-Virus is not compact able, which means i have to install another antivirus, i can get a system recovery or i have to order a backup dvd.. plz reply me..

  3. feeltofree freeu

    Hi ranjith, i am using HP G42 notebook with windows 7 home basic, i want to up grade to windows 8. when i run windows8 upgrade assistant, it show me ”Your PC’s firmware doesn’t support Secure Boot so you won’t be able to use it in Windows 8.” what it mean ? i can’t update to windows 8.. one more thing my Kaspersky Anti-Virus is not compact able, which means i have to install another antivirus, i can get a system recovery or i have to order a backup dvd.. plz reply me..

  4. MistaBeano

    “I use dees computer at 711, and eet works verrry well.”

    He said that…. you just didn’t hear it.

  5. TheJimsterJim

    you have no idea how many people press restart to test boot time, why the hell is everyone doing this? physically press the power button for christ sake

  6. LordVikingful

    what you mean? i got the windows 8 Pro on my pc pre activated edition. and it still starts up under 5 seconds. so yeah windows 8 is just good with booting up. imagain if i got a SSD drive it will boot up in 2 seconds


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