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22 Jan 2013  

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Win 7 x64 Home Premium (and x86 VirtualBox VM)/Win10

I've found that one thing that severely impacts transfer speed is the file size - the bigger the file, the faster the transfer. I guess it has to do with the number of data exchanges required at the start/end of a file.

It's one reason that I like SkyDrive more and more - if you download multiple files from a folder, it autozips them prior to transfer, so you not only get less to move, it moves it faster (Dunno what happens with upload though).
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