Do more and use the Vista system file copy faster


Although the Windows7 operating system has been released for half a year, its performance is indeed eye-catching, many users have upgraded the system. However, for some computer users who need work, they can't immediately upgrade to Windows 7 system, and still use Windows Vista or even XP operating system that seems to be unable to keep up with the trend. No way, since you can't upgrade the system and can't experience the efficient response speed of windows7, you can only optimize your own computer! This article mainly wants to talk about the Vista operating system, because Xiaobian's own computer also uses the Vista system, usually working too slow to use it is definitely not acceptable, so it is constantly optimized. Many users who use the Vista system know that the speed of copying files on the LAN or locally is really slow. It takes a long time to copy multiple files or files. For the most frequent daily operations of copying and pasting, is the Vista system really slow?

In fact, it is not so, through their own experience, through some simple modifications can play a significant improvement, the following will be available to all Vista system is still in use

Computer users share it, making the following changes must ensure that you log in to Windows as an administrator account.

First of all, if your Vista system has not been upgraded to SP1, please upgrade now! Microsoft should have noticed the slow copying of files in the Vista system. Later, when the system upgrade patch was released regularly, a system patch of "KB931770" was released to fix the problem. As long as the Vista system has installed this upgrade patch, you will find that the speed of copying files is significantly faster, and the speed of local file movement is instantaneous. It is recommended that you go directly to Microsoft's official website ( to search for and download patches, to avoid downloading patches that have been modified or built with malicious code, causing unnecessary trouble. Vista SP1 should have integrated the patch, and after upgrading to SP1, there is no need to find another patch.

Here Xiaobian still wants to remind the majority of computer users again, Microsoft operating system will regularly release system update patches, generally to fix system vulnerabilities, eliminate security risks, solve instability and other issues, so do not arbitrarily close The automatic upgrade function (Update) that comes with the Windows system can save a lot of unnecessary troubles and is not vulnerable to virus intrusion.

Secondly, after reviewing, Vista file replication is slow. The root cause is that the Vista system has the function of “remote differential compression”, which is more suitable for transferring files on LAN and local copy transfer. The file will not play any positive role, but it will drag down the operation speed, so I suggest you can turn off this function that is not very useful.

From the Start menu, go to the Control Panel and find “Programs and Features> One click to enter, then you will see the "Open or Close Windows Features" button on the left side of the window. The last item in the pop-up window can be seen in the “Remote Differential Compression” option. Remove the checkmark and make sure that the system is automatically configured in a few minutes. At this time, you can find a slightly larger file copy mobile on the local disk to try to see if the response speed has increased a lot?

You can also copy files to accelerate the speed of movement of the system by turning off Vista's indexing service for each disk, under normal circumstances, the default indexing service is turned on, Open “My Computer" Select any disk right click to open “Properties> You will see the index for the drive under the General Options, if you want to remove this check box sooner. However, after this operation, it may take time to find a file by using the Windows Quick Search function. Therefore, in the end, you can make a significant improvement without performing the above two methods.

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