Performance - Warp boot seems to take longer than expected
Last Updated: 5th December, 1994
Warp bootup seems to take much longer than expected, with much more disk activity.
WPS Desktop Settings notebook accidentally left enabled. This results in the entire WPS desktop being archived each time Warp is booted before the user gets control. This can easily add several minutes to the boot process.
Open the Desktop Settings notebook to the index tab marked Archive and un-check the box marked "Create archive at each system restart".
In general, you shold only make archival copies of the Desktop after making large changes to it or at reasonable intervals (say every few days).