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We all know that sometimes things sloooowwwwwiiinnnngggg down can be a real drag.  Some people have seen this sort of thing with Vista and while sometimes it is to do with drivers (do I need to say wireless here??), others it could be one of the "nice" new features in Vista.  In the latter example I can give you a good pointer to help.

Susanne Dansey pointed this out to me, which is a posting by Kevin Higerty on this very problem - pop along to his blog to get the low down.

I’ve been running Vista on my SBS network for a while, well since the January Action Pack, and have noticed resource access to the SBS box getting slower and slower over the last few days. At the same time I had issues like log on’s taking 2 minutes, explorer time outs and generally the whole system running like a dog.

The two symptoms have turned out to be seperate, but combined they are a ‘throw the sodding pc outa the window’ type scenario.

Slow networking is due to the auto tuning of TCP/IP in Vista which is turned on by default.

Source: neoblog » Vista + Network = Slow

ttfn

David

 


Posted Wed, Mar 14 2007 2:26 PM by David Overton

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Ben parker wrote re: Using Vista and getting a slower performing network? Perhaps with SBS or other network equipment? Then you need to read Kevin's post at Neoblog.
on Fri, Jul 6 2007 5:56 AM

Hi David!

            Why don't you work on an ordinary window like window classic so it may give you new charm.

Thanks.

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