Solid Color Background Slows Down Windows 7 Boot Up
A weird bug has been confirmed by Microsoft. If you select a “Solid Color” Background, your PC will need 30 seconds longer to boot up. Microsoft has released a hotfix by now.
A “Solid Color Background” might be a good choice for company PC’s or if you want to save energy. A solid black desktop background consumes a lot less power than a solid white background.
Should you use a solid color background, your boot up time can increase by up to 30 seconds. So, if you have been using one, you now know a way to greatly speed up Windows 7.
Solid Color Hotfix
Microsoft has released a hotfix by now:
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