In addition to a fancy new Metro interface, Windows 8 also boasts an incredibly fast boot time. In this video, they start with a laptop minus a battery and the whole thing boots up cold in about 10 seconds.
Rather than closing both the user session and the kernel session like in a traditional shutdown, Windows 8 will preserve the kernel session on the disk, thus creating a “hiberfile” that’s much smaller than that of the usual Windows hibernation. The result? An amazingly fast system bootup — even with the battery removed to begin with — that claims to be 30 to 70 percent faster than most systems tested by Microsoft.
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