Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 operating system has been designed for delivering better speeds than previous versions of Windows. Because of this, Windows 8 is faster in almost every department compared to its predecessors. It boots faster, takes less time to copy or move files, and finally it’s low on system resources as well.
With the introduction of Windows 8 Microsoft has introduced a new feature named Fast Startup. According to Microsoft, only a small amount of Windows users use the hibernate feature and the Fast Startup helps users who prefers to shutdown the PC rather than hibernate it. Because of this feature, Windows 8 boots in less than six seconds on a solid state drive (SSD).