Windows application displaying a system tray icon and notifications about system responsiveness at the moment. When the system is busy with finishing its loading after reboot - you'll get a notification when the system is really ready to work. On next reboot it will display a countdown clock with estimated time to wait before full system readiness.
- Monitors boot latency
- Displays notifications about system readiness
- Displays nice countdown clock
- Single file
- Blazing fast install and uninstall process
Installation: Cannot be faster. The program ask "Install?", I confirm, and that's it. I got a new icon in the system tray. Right after installation it does nothing. Doesn't seem to use any resources like CPU time or memory. Fine. Action: so let's reboot. As the PC starts, the icon in tray appears. It glows red. I wonder how much time will it take. After ca. 2 minutes (I have pretty slow disk) I finally hear the sound and the message appears. Well - it seems like it works. I tested it with hibernation - similar result, but I hardly believe it took almost the same time to resume. Well, I've checked disk activity with Task Manager - seems legit :) Disk active time around 100%. But non-blocking. I hope it would be considered in next version. OK, last test, another reboot. Now the nice countdown clocks appeared. Cool. This should come default with Windows 8 ;) OK, there is one glitch: no entry in add/remove programs panel. I have to run the installer again to uninstall it. But then again - why uninstall?