Can I enable No GUI boot?
Enabling No GUI boot can get rid of the visual elements during start-up. It saves a few seconds of boot time. But some say you can't know if your system is frozen during start-up if you enable it. And if you do schedule a disk check at start up you can EASILY be fooled into thinking your computer has frozen, without the GUI to tell you what's going on.Click the link below to share your thoughts on whether it is worth enabling No GUI boot?