People who started using Windows Vista have noticed that file transfer speed is much lower from that in Windows XP. It seems that Remote Differential Compression is causing this problem. Remote Differential Compression (RDC) is a client-server synchronization protocol that allows the contents of two files to be synchronized by communicating only the difference between them. The thing you have to do for a better file transfer speed is to disable this feature. Here are the steps to be taken:
1. Press the "Start" and select the "Control Panel."
2. Open the "Programs and Features" applet.
3. In the new window select "Turn Windows features on or off" located in the left pane.
4. Uncheck "Remote Differential Compression."
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