Windows 10: Remote execution of a program from a W10 system is so slow - Why?

  1.    19 Oct 2016 #1

    Remote execution of a program from a W10 system is so slow - Why?


    When I execute any program stored on my W10 home server it takes forever. When I execute that program locally it is instantaneous. Same thing if I execute a program from OneDrive - almost instantaneous. What is W10 doing on the "server" that takes sooo long? Windows 8 did not act this way?! Is there a fix? The way I get around this annoying issue is to copy the program to the local computer and then execute it. The copy process is normal meaning it is at the speed of the gigabit network.

    I can't believe I'm the only one with this problem? Just to quantify the issue it takes 20+ seconds to execute a program from the W10 server on a client PC. Those same programs execute in <1 second when downloaded to the client PC and then executed! The download takes ~1 second.
    Last edited by Ken429; 21 Oct 2016 at 05:46.
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