The best way to help make boot times a little faster is to change which programs run at startup. To do this in Windows 10:
Right click anywhere in the Windows Task Bar and select "Task Manager". Alternatively, you press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC on your keyboard to bring up Task Manager directly. The default view is just your currently running programs, but in the bottom left of the window you'll see a button for "More Details."
Click that and you'll see tabs for processes, performance, services, and startup. Click the tab says Startup and you’ll see all the programs that are set to run when Windows starts
On the right, you’ll see much of an impact disabling that process will have on boot time. To disable any program, simply left click it and then click "Disable" in the bottom right. As for what programs you should consider disabling at startup, that depends on what your needs are. If you need a certain program to run immediately after booting, then leave it enabled. Programs that you may not want to run at startup may be things like music players, some office programs, or photo/video editors.