To speed up the transfer of data to external hard drives.





  External devices are often useful for transferring information from one computer to another. But when it does take longer than needed to transfer data. Usually Windows follows the quick removal data transfer method to transfer data to an external device. As a result, the right caching method is stopped and the transfer is very slow. So, the task will be to enable the Better performance method to speed up the transfer of devices used in USB by stopping the transfer of the data prompt.

What to do: Install a used pen drive or external hard drive into USB. For any Windows after Windows 7, press Windows Key + E together and launch Windows Explorer. When you press ALT + D together, the path to the address bar will be selected. Cut it there and type devmgmt.msc and press Enter. When Device Manager is launched, expand it by double-clicking on Disk drives in the list here. Here you can see the pen drive or external machine drive installed on your computer. Clicking on the desired model, double-clicking on its drive will open its properties.

 Now click on the Properties tab of the Properties window. Click on the Better performance radio button under Removal policy and select it. Just click on the write write caching on the device next to the Write-caching policy below and tick it and press OK. Many machines may not support the caching mechanism, but most modern machines support it and this will speed up the transfer of data. However, the device must be opened using the Safely Remove Hardware option before opening the device from USB at the end of each data transfer. So for the sake of information security, use Safely Remove Hardware in the task bar at the end of the transfer or go to Windows Explorer, right-click on Pendrive or External Device and then click on Eject and open the device from USB port and use it on another computer.

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To speed up the transfer of external drives ...

External devices are often useful for transferring information from one computer to another. But when it does take longer than needed to transfer data. Usually Windows follows the quick removal data transfer method to transfer data to an external device. As a result, the right caching method is stopped and the transfer is very slow. So, the task will be to enable the Better performance method to speed up the transfer of devices used in USB by stopping the transfer of the data prompt

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Install a used pen drive or external hard drive into USB. For any Windows after Windows 7, press Windows Key + E together and launch Windows Explorer. When you press ALT + D together, the path to the address bar will be selected. Cut it there and type devmgmt.msc and press Enter. When Device Manager is launched, expand it by double-clicking on Disk drives in the list here. Here you can see the pen drive or external machine drive installed on your computer. Clicking on the desired model, double-clicking on its drive will open its properties. Now click on the Policies tab of the Properties window. Click on the Better performance radio button under Removal policy and select it. Just click on the write write caching on the device next to the Write-caching policy below and tick it and press OK.

 Many machines may not support the caching mechanism, but most modern machines support it and this will speed up the transfer of data. However, the device must be opened using the Safely Remove Hardware option before opening the device from USB at the end of each data transfer. So for the sake of information security, use Safely Remove Hardware in the task bar at the end of the transfer or go to Windows Explorer, right-click on Pendrive or External Device and then click on Eject and open the device from USB port and use it on another computer.




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