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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by jamesryanbell, Sep 12, 2011.
Anyone else noticed that? I have a 2010 MBA Ultimate.
I have the same with my mid end 2010 macbook air seems boot time is much longer
I also noticed some wifi problems since i did the latest security update today it never finds my wifi when i boot up.
Yes. Noticed this too.
A lot more going on under the hood.
I take it you're using an SSD? It used to take a few seconds to boot. Now it takes several.
What a drag...
On the latest macbook air it takes about 17-20 seconds to boot (13'' i5, 256GB SSD)
On my ultimate 2010 macbook air it only took 12-13 seconds to boot.
So, it seems to be the OS that is causing a delay in booting.
I just times my i5 13" MBA and it took 18. Just got it last week so yeah, between 17-20. Coming from my 2006 MBP which booted in 2:30 I'm not complaining.
I have found that restart with (Reopen windows) does not work. If I uncheck the option...works fine.
I was thinking the same thing, but from different standpoint.
I think i timed the 2011 air (2/64) booting around 15-20 seconds.
My Netbook booted XP in 4 minutes
My desktop (quadcore and 6gb ram) boots windows 7 in about 2 minutes till usable.
< 30 seconds to full use for me is a dream come true!
Yes and no. Never had any problem with my wireless
Power Down: 8-45 sec depending on number of things left running in background.
Power Up: Chime to logon about 5 sec. (file vault). Password to desktop 20-22 secs.
Power Down: 24 sec
Power Up: Chime to logon about 5 sec. Password to desktop 20 secs.
SO no big changes for me.
Noticed that maintenance scripts. http://www.thexlab.com/faqs/maintscripts.html
had not been run in months.
Ran daily weekly monthly scripts and shutdown time was back in the 5-20 sec range. Startup time didnt change.