But here's a tutorial (fresh!) about how to see where the boot time is spent.
Example of the screen you want to check out first.
If you are using a standard spinning HDD, it might just be the drive access times adding up. At the office almost all the machines are upgraded to SSD now so it's possible I will see nothing (not like Sgt. Schultz.)
Waited till yesterday to update. Downloaded and installed. Various issues popped up but was able to resolved. Had to reinstall a few programs. Regarding slower boot, looked at event viewer and it listed several event ID's: 100, 110, 200. Ran microsoft troubleshooter, stated it fixed: service registration is missing or corrupt.
I have today downloaded the "ISO" and I'm thinking of reinstalling using "it" instead of previous method. Since minor issues keep happening, thinking this is the best way forward. Of course I will have to backup and reinstall everything but if it fixes my problems than that will be O.K.
I haven't heard mentioned that there would be these kinds of problems. Wondering if this is going to happen when the automatic install occurs for other people. My sister would "die". LOL.
Looking for any suggestions going forward.
Thanks in advance