I bought a SSD hoping it would speed up my system boot time but tit did not after I resized my data partitions on the SSD that come after the system partitions. When I first Cloned my 72000 RPM 1TB drive to my new 1TB SSD it was much faster but then when I used the slightly extra space on the drive for a NTFS Data partition and recreated another Swap partition it stopped being faster and actually took longer by 7 seconds to boot compared to booting from the hard drive. What is the point of the expensive SSD if it does not speed up my system boot time? Might as well have just stuck with the regular hard drive that will last longer than a SSD.
Windows 10 boots faster so why does Linux not?