Really fast boot times on Windows 8 hardly sounds like a problem. But it is. Here's why.
Startup can be so fast that you whiz by familiar sign posts that prompt for input, wrote Chris Clark, a program manager in the Windows User Experience team, today in a Building Windows 8 blog post.
"When you turn on a Windows 8 PC, there's no longer [enough time] to detect keystrokes like F2 or F8, much less time to read a message such as 'Press F2 for Setup'," Clark said.
On a solid-state drive-equipped ultrabook, for example, Windows … Read more