Differentiate cold start and warm start on computer

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For my computer - what's the difference for a cold start to a warm start?


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  • GregManzo
    Traditionally, cold start = power-on start up (ie: Bringing everything up from cold). warm start = re-starting the operating system without necessarily stopping & restarting the hardware.
    What sort of computer system?
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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    Warm is quicker than Cold. Cold is initial√≠zing all devices from scratch. 
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