A lot of users have been complaining about a drastic drag on their boot up speed. Obviously, this is related to the programs, services and apps that are launched during the boot process. The more the applications that are launched on startup, the more the boot up is dragged. Some of these pre-startup applications add a few minutes to the boot time, but others can add up to a couple of minutes to the launch time. One such application is the Intel Delayed launcher. This article will briefly explain what it is, if should disable it, and how you can disable it if you wish.Bạn đang xem: Delayed launcher là gì

What is “iastoriconlaunch.exe” or “Intel Delayed Launcher”

How Delayed Launcher works

It is a system recovery measure that – to simplify a bit – allows you into your computer’s operating system before any system files can be accessed by virus/malware. In a nutshell, if your system is attacked by a virus that loads during boot, you will be very thankful you have this enabled. On the other hand, it has a major impact on boot-time, so if you never end up using it, you’ll have wasted about 30 to 60 seconds of your life every time you boot. However is very useful for those running a small server or a small data storage with multiple drives.

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This is a tough call to make, but if you consider your computer not very prone to virus exposure or hard disk failure, you might not want it lagging your boot time, and if it is, keep it enabled. Below is how you can disable Intel Delayed Launcher.

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Method 1: Use MSConfig (Windows 7) to remove Intel Delayed Launcher from the startup programs

If you think you might need Intel Rapid Storage Technology later, you can simply disable it from the startup and re-enable it later using the same method. For Windows

Press Windows + R to open RunType msconfig and hit enter to open the system configuration windowScroll and look for Intel Rapid Storage Technology and uncheck it. Click Apply and then OK. Do not disable your primary security antivirus product.Restart your PC. The startup should be faster now

Method 2: Remove Intel Delayed launcher from task manager startup programs (Windows 8/10)

Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open task managerClick on “More Details” to expand your Task manager window.Go to the startup tabLook for ‘Delayed Launcher’ and click on it once to select it (you will see that its startup impact is high – will cause a longer startup time)Click on disable at the right corner of the windowRestart your PC. The startup should start faster now

If you want to completely, uninstall Intel Rapid Storage Technology, make sure that you first change your drive from RST RAID to SATA from BIOS, and then uninstall the RST drivers under ‘Disk Drivers’ or from the programs and features window. Remember that this is not the only thing that might be causing your boot up time to go up.

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By Kevin Arrows August 7, 2019 3 minutes read

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How to Disable Intel Delayed Launcher

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