Slow Boot for windows 1803

After successfully installed windows 10 version 1803, I notice that it takes noticeably longer to boot up comparing to version 1703.  Anyway to speed up?
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Uninstalling KB4103721 fixed it for me, at least.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/410372...
How to uninstall:
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5486-uninst...
Sumit

Dell Inspiron 5590| Intel Core i5-10210U| 12GB DDR4| Nvidia MX230|Windows 11 preview

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I hate to uninstall something that is already working, fearing that I may run into some other unforeseen problem.  Besides, the slow boot is not serious enough to be annoying.  Thanks for your advice.

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No Problems. Wait until the next cumulative update would be worth if you do not wish to uninstall.
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My computer now takes 11 minutes of spinning dots to boot.  I uninstalled the update and still a long Tom to boot  

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Mine did not take that long.  It takes about twice as long as the old version.  That is why I decided to leave it alone until some body has an answer without destroying what I have downloaded/installed and working.  May be the 1803 version has a lot of new features and slowing down the boot time.  I hope Microsoft take a notice of this and incorporate the fix in the next update.

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I uninstalled the NVIDIA driver.  Rebooted and let windows install a driver.  Now boot is back to normal. KB4103721 is still installed.

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How do you uninstall NVIDIA?

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Yes, Microsoft please fix this slow boot issue.  Your updates should improve computer function, not slow it down.  If it was not compatible with my system, then you should warn us about it and offer options, since I am not ready to update my machine.

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Looks like you have the same problem.  Hope Microsoft will take care of it in the coming updates.  In the mean time, we just have to wait.

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I uninstalled the NVIDIA driver.  Rebooted and let windows install a driver.  Now boot is back to normal. KB4103721 is still installed.

My boot issues came back. I uninstalled acronis true image and boot was back to normal  

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Last updated December 5, 2019 Views 8,158 Applies to: