I'm no pro but, I wonder why you reformatted and How You reformatted ?
Did you have Linux befor the reformatting ?
Does the Linux OS boot up ? Fast ?
The pros really can use some info .
Hi all and thanks for reading me and trying to help out. I have had an Aspire E 15 laptop (E5-575G-593B) for a bit more than a year.
Yesterday, I formatted the two hard drives (one SSD and one HDD) and reinstalled Windows. I have used the re-installation tool included within Windows 10. I partitioned my HDD in a 50go HDD for Linux and a 950go for data. The SSD is used for Windows only.
Before I reinstalled the computer (using my computer's reset method so I have a proper Windows), the booting process to launch Windows took about 10 seconds. Since then, it is something like 1 minute 40 seconds.
I have tried to change the booting from legacy to UEFI and vice versa but there is no change. I have checked the integrity of the SSD, it's perfect. When I am using Windows, everything goes smoothly. I have updated all the drivers, disabled all the services and apps, tried to enable/disable the "fast boot" in the power options which launched automatically at the start-up but it's been useless so far.
I have absolutely NO clue about why this change happened. I have checked the material and it doesn't seem like anything is damaged.
I am all ears if you have any suggestion about it...
Thanks a lot and good day/evening/night to all