I"ve read several of the entries here about getting rid of unnecessary services and speeding up boot time...... I've gotten rid of some of the services....... Is there any way to have Windows 7 provide a timing of what it's starting up for every program, service, and/or whatever? I'm talking the actual W7 boot, not some partial or safe mode, or whatever. I've been using W7, 64-bit since it became available. On an i7-920 with 12GB of 1600MHz memory and SATA II drives. It works OK, but it's no great shakes in performance and it takes a lot longer to boot than the same system did with XP. I also have a laptop running W7, 64-bit, and it boots A LOT faster..... So, is there something that can give me a file/report showing where all the time is going during boot? Amount of time for each component to start? 'Cause SOMETHING's gotta be spending a whole lot of time in there... And, is there a RECENT list of services that can be dumped? I looked in the entries from last year, but I'd like to find something more comprehensive that would tell me what each service does and the ramifications of stopping it... Anything?