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Old 08-06-2011, 01:30 PM   #1
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LXer: How To Cut Your Linux PCís Boot Time in Half With E4rat

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Linux is pretty quick to boot on modern computers, but why not pare it down some more? If youíre hurting from a lack of SSD or just want to boot faster, E4rat will easily shave down your boot time.E4rat and Your Linux PCE4rat is a utility thatís designed to cut your Linux boot time drastically. Essentially you show it what you do when you start your computer normally, and it analyzes the files you access and use. Then, itíll move them to the beginning of your hard disk so that it takes less time to find them during boot.



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