|To measure your boot time you need to restart your PC and you can view the result in the windows as shown below.|
Tips to Speed up PC Boot
Enable Quick boot in your BIOS setting (you can Enter to system BIOS screen by following manufacturers suggestion while booting the PC)
Enable the Skip Memory test and Power On Self Test in BIOS Setting
In Boot device Priority Setting select the OS Device as 1st Boot Device (in some cases by default Optical media drive is selected as first boot device change it to OS device USB or Hard Disk Drive containing OS)
Tips to Speed up PC Logon
In the Run menu ( Press Win+R key to go to Run Menu) type msconfig and press Enter you will see the system configuration windows as shown below.
Go to the services tab and disable the unwanted services (you need to identify the services or program installed by you and uncheck the check box in front of that)
Go to the startup tab and repeat the same exercise as above to deselect the unwanted program so that they will not get loaded every time when the Windows Start.
You can also increase the amount of RAM in your computer (if it is less) to make the programs and applications load faster and provide a more enjoyable computing experience.
Upgrade your Hard Drive with a Faster RPM Drive if you are using the Faster RPM (rotation per minute) drive the program will load much faster as accessing to HDD is faster
Cleanup your Disk and Optimize the registry to remove Junk files from your system refer the below post Free PC Tune UP Utility Crap Cleaner (CCleaner) and Enhance CCleaner cleaning capability
Upgrade your Hard Drive with a Faster RPM Drive if you are using the Faster RPM (rotation per minute) drive the program will load much faster as accessing to HDD is faster.