Windows 10: Network copying slows down entire system

  1.    03 Aug 2015 #1

    Network copying slows down entire system


    Been trying to copy 50gb from my synology to a USB hd disk.
    This causes the entire system to not respond well.. If I hit the pause button on the copy window everything works again perfectly.
    So I tested to a local Hard Drive.. Same copy movement. No issues then.
    So the problem is clearly the copying to USB. But is there a way around this.. The computer is becoming unsuable when copying to USB disk. While win 8.1 pro, same computer, same copy movement has no issues at all..
    It is only in Windows 10 that this phenomenon happens..
    Any ideas anyone?
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       03 Aug 2015 #2

    Seb28 said: View Post
    So the problem is clearly the copying to USB. But is there a way around this.. The computer is becoming unsuable when copying to USB disk. While win 8.1 pro, same computer, same copy movement has no issues at all..
    It is only in Windows 10 that this phenomenon happens..
    I get the implication you are dual-booting the computer with Win 8.1 and Win10. Is that correct?
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    03 Aug 2015 #3

    I have taken an image of both installs..
    My install win 8.1 pro on my machine works flawlessly.. no issues here..
    Same install Win 10 gives me those problems.. What's weird is that it is - for the moment - the only problem I encountered. But as I mentioned.. it is a big one.. If copying to a USB drive causes such a down throttle on the system that its unworkable.. thats a nono for me.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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