Same here, downgrading to 4.4 from Xenial improved the situation (boot
still feels a little slower than Xenial though, maybe because of the
NetworkManager bug). I use a 7 years old desktop computer based on a
Gigabyte motherboard and AMD Phenom II X4 955 CPU, So it's not Thinkpad-

(From GRUB to lightdm used to be 7 seconds in 16.04, but using Kernel
4.8 and the new network manager it feels more like 20 secs. Also, the
Unity 7+Chromium launch used to take just very few seconds, now it's a
noticable delay with only the wallpaper showing, no matter which kernel
I use, so that's unrelated. Anyway, booting my computer has just become
a lot less fun even though I removed Apache 2 and Tomcat. :( )

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