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What is pre session init means in xbootmgr?

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What is pre session init means in xbootmgr?. What information and what will be loaded in the pre session init?
My system pre session init is 25 seconds which is not ideal. How can I optimize the pre session init to less?
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Pre-session initiation is the portion of the boot process where the Windows subsystem is loaded, graphics are initiated and core services are started.

Take a look at this article, which may help you figure out and resolve your slow boot session.  Its written in the context of Windows 7, but largely applies to all recent Windows versions:
Windows boot process (Tehcnet)
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