Sluggish Performance after Restart

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MaFire

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My computer's performance is very sluggish after my computer reboots. Before I reboot, my computer is running fine. And this isn't just after I install a program, it's everytime I restart the computer. Starting with the logon screen where I choose which user to login as, the loading is very slow. So, I am forced everytime I need to reboot to shut down my computer, let it rest 5 minutes, then turn it back on. It isn't as sluggish then. And also it seems the performance after I reboot is very sluggish at the beginning, but after I let it load for about 10 minutes it's a little faster but still not as fast as if I shut down my computer and let it rest for 5 minutes, or just leave it on all the time. When I look at the Task Manager and look at the performance tab right after I restart, the CPU usage is at 100%? Any help to make rebooting not slow my computer performance down once I boot up is appreciated. Thank you!
 
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click on the processes tab in Task Manager and see what is useing 100% off cpu and post back
 

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Okay, but what does it have to do with my computer being slugish after reboot?? If it was the programs problem wouldn't it happen on every startup, not just when I reboot? I'll edit post when I get a chance to reboot and see what's happenin.
 

MaFire

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Whatever was open was taking up the CPU usage. Like task manager was when i was checking CPU uasage
 
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