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Ways to Speed ??Up the Speed ??of Copying Files in Vista Are slow. Master Dong belie

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ves that especially when copying large files this slowness is unacceptable for many users. For a long time it has been displaying 'Calculating the remaining time'. If copying a lot of small files the calculation time is even longer than the copying time. Why is Vista copying files so slow and how to solve this kind of problem?

  A simple and feasible method. According to actual measurement after the following three acceleration settings the file copy speed can be increased by about 25%. On the author's computer copying a 597MB file requires 32 seconds before acceleration and 24 seconds after acceleration. Copying a 1.77GB file requires 90 seconds before acceleration and 70 seconds after acceleration.

1. Patch the system

We know that Microsoft operating system will regularly release system patches to solve the current operating system vulnerabilities and other problems and Vista file copy is slow The problem has attracted Microsoft's attention and a corresponding patch has been released to solve this problem. Just install this patch. The patch released by Microsoft is \u0026ldquo;KB931770\u0026rdquo; users can use the \u0026ldquo;Start\u0026rdquo; menu on the \u0026ldquo;Windows Update\u0026rdquo; option to upgrade the patch. Or use a search engine to find the download address of the patch download and install it manually. After the patch is installed you will find that the speed of file copying has been accelerated and the progress bar of file copying and moving operations under Vista starts almost immediately.

Tip: This patch is also integrated in Vista SP1 just install it directly.

  Second turn off \u0026ldquo;remote differential compression\u0026rdquo;

  Vista file copying is slow the root cause is that the Vista system always has the \u0026ldquo;remote differential compression\u0026rdquo; function and this The function is mainly used for file transfer in the local area network but it has no effect on copying files on the machine and it affects the speed of copying so just turn off this function to solve the problem of slow copying.

in turn open \u0026ldquo;Start\u0026rarr;Control Panel\u0026rarr;Programs\u0026rarr;Programs and Features\u0026rdquo; in the window that opens click on the left side of the \u0026ldquo;Turn Windows features on or off' option in In the pop-up window drag the slider to the bottom we can see the 'remote differential compression' option here just cancel the option and restart the computer (Figure 1). After that you will find that file copying is greatly accelerated.


Figure 1

Tip: In addition to the above methods you can also turn off the indexing service of the Vista system to speed up file copying. The indexing service is turned on by default which will affect the operating speed of the system. Generally users will not use this function so it can be turned off. The specific operation is to select any NTFS format partition right-click and select 'Properties' from the pop-up menu. In the opened window under the 'General' option cancel the 'Create an index of this drive for faster Search for \u0026rdquo; check click \u0026ldquo;OK\u0026rdquo; you will be prompted whether to use the subfolder select \u0026ldquo;Yes\u0026rdquo; you will find that the file copy speed is obviously accelerated.?Speed ??up Win2000 to browse the network neighbors

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