DJ-CHRIS, ShoobieRat & VIcone : I don't really have a fast PC so it could be my hardware, booting up Windows XP takes 45 seconds from loading the BIOS to the desktop
bigbmxdave & uzi9mm: I don't really have alot of things which startup my PC (only my zonealarm firewall) I also disabled alot of Windows Services. I also noticed that it took a while for my PC to go through the startup progress (power on until loading my harddisk), there are alot of things such as: "Press N to startup the network DHCP client" (which I don't use, and it is waiting for 5 secs)
SilentEminence: The PC makes alot of noise in hibernate function (you can hear that my motherboard is still on) also it costs alot of energy
ShoobieRat: Would you wait 30 seconds for an OS to load, and you only need to do something which takes up to 10 seconds?
CntdwnToExtn: Would it still run on my PC? (p4 2ghz)
beedubaya: nah don't really think that's an option
TheMajor & Trifid: I think i will use the Win9x kernel since it runs quite fast on now-a-days pc's