As we all know, when transferring files on the network, large files take more time and longer than small files.
Therefore, when a user performs remote "replication" or "deletion", Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows7 The system will first compress the object file, and then self decompress after the operation is completed.
Microsoft is trying to reduce the file volume in this way, so that files can be transmitted faster on the network. In the actual application environment, the "remote differential compression function" is not very practical, sometimes it will slow down the system.
The author suggests that you use the following method to turn off the "remote differential compression function" that is enabled by default in Windows 7.
Method 1. Click the Start menu button, directly enter "Turn Windows on or off" in the search box, enter or click "Turn Windows on or off" above. The process of opening "Windows Functions" may take several seconds to 10 seconds (depending on the hardware configuration). After the "Windows Functions" dialog appears, drag the slider on the right to the bottom, cancel the "Remote Differential Compression" checked by default in Windows7, and then click "OK".
2. Tips: Canceling or enabling the default functions of Windows7 may also take a long time, depending on the number of function items you cancel/enable and the level of system configuration.
3. After the progress bar is completed, the system will prompt you whether to restart immediately computer To make the previous settings take effect immediately.
At this point, the "remote differential compression" function of Windows 7 has been canceled, and you can feel the "copy like flying" feeling under Windows XP again. Finally, I want to leave a question, is the "remote differential compression" really so "useless"? In fact, this function is more suitable for transmission in a large-scale network sharing environment.