Lenovo Enhanced Experience 3 Software to Up PC Boot-Up Speed

April 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Everyone gets tired of their computer’s slow boot-up. Sometimes when you are in a hurry, it’s almost like your PC is working against you.

But it seems like Lenovo has taken up the responsibility by now speeding things up with their new Enhanced Experience 3 or EE3 software.

With the new Lenovo Enhanced Experience 3, an average PC can boot up in 24 seconds, which is around 40 percent faster than normal PCs!

Normal PCs, however, tend to slow down as you install more and more Windows applications and so Lenovo has developed a new system that postpones the normal load of a computer to after the computer has booted and the computer is ready. This new system is called the Bootshield.

But that’s not all what Lenovo has changed, or in this case improved. Lenovo has modified the BIOS on the supported systems and are also improving their PC drivers so that the machines will perform faster.

The company has also included a new software named Rapidboot which defragments parts of the hard disk where the Windows load takes place.

The EE3 aims to improve the performance of a spinning hard disk drive and not a solid state disk and also helps the PC boot seconds faster.

The new EE3 software will be featured in the upcoming Lenovo IdeaPad U310 and U410 ultrabooks and can also be expected in other models and series. There is no doubt that this new feature will definitely get a few buyers.

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