Is Your Computer Slowing Down?
It’s no big secret computers tend to slow down with the time. Every new application installed, including those you remove later on, adds more clutter to your computer, slowing down its performance one bit after another. Applications clutter the computer′s registry. Some programs install as filters or cut into the driver′s chain, never removing their traces even after you uninstall them. Plain old disk fragmentation, including file system fragmentation, may also slow down your computer′s boot time.
While measuring general slowdown is difficult, you can easily measure how fast or how slow your computer boots up. Every time your computer boots up, BootRacer takes a measure, recording the exact startup time into a log file and comparing the result against previous performance. If your computer boot time starts raising, BootRacer will warn you immediately, allowing to take preventive actions before it′s too late.