Try this, it is also a problem in Windows7
Go into Control panel on your pc
.....click on Administrative Tools
.....click on Services
.....scroll down and look for Web Client
.....click into it, it probably says ... manual
.....change it to Auto and also Start the service
.....starting in Windows7, the default was changed to manual
You should find a significant improvement in performance
I can't find the document I found for this
....just happened to find it searching for something totally different
Hope it helps
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bradley Stone
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 6:49 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Windows 8, Explorer and single IFS files... slow?
Just wondering if anyone else noticed this.
Running Windows 8 and ever since when I try to view or edit a single file in
the IFS using Windows Explorer, it seems to take a 20-30 seconds to finally
Example, right click on an HTML file, edit with dreamweaver or even Notepad
and it takes about 30 seconds.
Now, click on multiple files and it's almost instantaneous.
Copying files doesn't seem to have any difference if it's one or multiple
files. Just when you're using an application to view/edit a file does it
seem to take extra time.
Anyone else notice this? Or any ideas what could cause this? It's quit
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