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Lenovo to Speed Up PC Boot, Start Times

Users have to face a painful wait after switching on their PCs before they get ready for use. Now, tech company Lenovo is trying to provide relief to PC users. It has launched its latest effort to eliminate slow boot up times with Lenovo Enhanced Experience 3 (EE3) for Windows 7.

As the third version of an exclusive certification only available on Lenovo Think and Idea-branded PCs, EE3 certified products feature better Windows start-up performance and other optimization features, says the company. Lenovo EE3 will come standard on a wide range of Think and Idea-branded PCs shipping beginning in April. It was announced today, April 26.

Customers using traditional spinning disk hard drive (HDD) Lenovo PCs can start their PC on average 40 percent faster than typical Windows 7 PC users, thanks to Lenovo’s RapidBoot technology, featured on all EE3 certified Lenovo PCs. RapidBoot uses optimized processes and hardware settings to allow Lenovo PCs to boot up faster.

EE3 certified Lenovo PCs boot up in 24 seconds on average, while the typical Windows 7 PC trails with an average time of 41 seconds, says Lenovo.

“Time is precious, and when it comes to your PC, we want to make sure that every second counts, and reduce the wait time it takes to get your PC up and running,” said Mark Cohen, distinguished engineer and vice president, Lenovo.

Customers can identify Lenovo PCs certified for EE3 by looking for the special Lenovo Enhanced Experience 3 for Windows 7 certification sticker affixed to them. Online customers can find the Lenovo Enhanced Experience 3 for Windows 7 logo pictured alongside the certified product.

One comment on “Lenovo to Speed Up PC Boot, Start Times

  1. Nicole K on said:

    A fast PC is an important asset for any user. Making sure you have the optimal run time saves time and energy.

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