If you want your system to boot faster here's a good fix:
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My Results from today's run:
Note: Had to use excel clip since table feature didn't work!
Depending on your PATH statement you could have some problems with finding the files for the xperf command. If you run the command from C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit then prefix the .etl files with C:\Windows\System32 and the .xml files with C:\Users\userid\Documents or some such (now you'll know where to find these files for the final step.