There is mostly likely the answer. Large amount of files to load, try another defrag program like Auslogics Free, it has a Defrag&Optimize selection, that will move all of your important system files to the faster part of your HHD, for quicker start up times.Yes I know it.I defragged my pc yesterday.Because I have got big games WatchDogs,Cod:Ghosts,Battlefield 4,Battlefield 3,AC Black Flag,Crysis 3,FarCry 3,Mafia 2,Hitman Absolution,NFS Rivals
Processor power, will only go so far, when you have a HHD, which if a 5200 RPM, will bottle neck that speed. If tons of program files on that same HHD have caused system fragmentation/entropy, this will decrease the speed as well.Yes but I have got Intel i7 4770K so I am very shocked
Are you running windows 7 or windows 8?I have a £350 laptop with a Dualcore Intel i3 processor (1.8ghz), 6GB DDR3 RAM and I have large files like Team Fortress 2 (about 9GB), DOTA 2, Battlefield 3, Sniper 2 V Elite and so on and my laptop boots very quickly. So, I doubt that is the problem.
If you have i7 processor, that is very strange then.