well thats a whole nother can of worms.. thats why i got each of my offices sonicwall.. expensive but beats everything..I have to agree Nick with one exception. Win 10 and USB. It's almost bizarre how data transfers are handled. Once you fill the buffer the speeds go in the toilet. I would imagine it's another data integrity issue for Microsoft or their over-reaction to past criticism of Win 7 and the way it handled USB. To be honest I don't know what happens, is Win 10 doing stateful packet inspection? Who knows? I can't seem to find a straight answer.
I didn't mean to get that mixed up with TCP/IP. I mean it as Windows is doing some sort of parity check on each packet. I am just guessing and have to wonder why once it starts to buffer the data it gets so slow. Maybe it pages the overflow it but all my systems have a buttload of RAM and that doesn't seem to matter. Parity checks off a hard drive would be painfully slow.well thats a whole nother can of worms.. thats why i got each of my offices sonicwall.. expensive but beats everything..