Specs: (Tower, btw..) MB: ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING (BIOS -NOT- Updated due to keyboard not working on previous faulty MB when trying to access BIOS after BIOS update. DON'T BOTHER ASKING ME TO UPDATE THE BIOS!). CPU: Intel i7 6700K RAM: 16GB DDR4 2133mhz GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 970 G1 GAMING OS: Windows 7 64bits Home Premium SSD1: OS (SAMSUNG EVO 850 500GB) (MAIN BOOT, 1st PRIORITY ON BIOS BOOTING) SSD2: "In case of format, break the glass" (" " 840 250GB) HDD1: Recordings HDD2: Downloads Notes: 1.251GB/500GB free from OS SSD. 2.ALL WINDOWS UPDATES INSTALLED UP TO DATE (WSUS Offline mainly installed, then the rest later). 3.GPU Drivers etc updated (Except motherboard's LAN/Audio/etc due to possible incompatibility messages being annoying. All installed from MB's DVD). EXPLANATION: I don't know why but i've seen MANY PEOPLE get able to reach boot up speeds from the moment they press the Power button till they reach the W7/10 desktop in just 7-10secs. I don't understand WHY MY PC boots up the same way but it takes 35secs around. I bet it's probably because there's many programs, W.Update updates and barely like 3 games installed. In a beginning i tought it'd be my Keyboard's fault (Logitech G213) for being RGB and having to load up it's internal BIOS or whatever (or the lights too). I'VE TRIED to buy a Logitech MK120 (Wireless KB+Mouse, simple look etc, no gaming purposes) and plugged the new ones. They booting remains the same. THINGS I'VE TRIED 1.The above Keyboard swapping. Nope 2.Unplugging all SSD/HDD BUT keeping the OS one connected. Same speed (Tought the boot would detect all other drives to check stuff etc). 3.The above but also Unplugging ALL USB/CABLES behind the MoBo eeeexcept for the monitor and speakers. Nope, same thing. Obviously i did NOT defragged the SSD because it's frigging forbidden. CHKDSK and no faulty errors. Cleaning up space with W7's tool..Nothing. How come some people can achieve that?...Even an older MB (Sandy Bridge CPU) had the same boot time.. I think even on W10 it had the same thing. UEFI?, SSD format (Not formatting to kill the contents, i mean GPT/MBR)?..WTH could it be?! Ofcourse i came (i think so) prepared with one of those .etl files from Windows Tools to detect things out (4 parameters chosen from a recommended tutorial).The file/link will disappear in 15 days. https://www.transfernow.net/256q89z9zklr Thanks in advance!