It is taking a huge amount of time to delete files.
The files are not going to recycle bin (I am hold shift while hitting the Delete key)
Also I have even tried shutting off the recycle bin
I have timed a few of these
Single file delete, 2.6 gb, 2 minutes 14 seconds
Single file delete, 1.9 gb, 1 minutes 44 seconds
Single file delete, 230 mb, 0 minutes 24 seconds
Most of the time the dialog window that pops up says "Calculating..."
Judging by the times, This has something to do with file size.
I get similar time when I delete from the command prompt.
Windows XP would do permanent deletes and moves (on the same drive) in a split second, especially since we are talking about one file.
I work with large image files regularly. I can't wait 2 plus minutes every time I delete one of these files when I may have to move or delete a few hundred at a time.
I am getting very frustrated with Windows 7.
I have disabled Remote Differential Compression (RDC)
I have disabled TCP AutoTuning and Receive Side Scaling
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled (AND)
netsh interface tcp set global rss=disabled (And rebooted)
There are no removable drives, USB devices, or other attached devices other that the keyboard and mouse.
I have disabled
Windows Search and Indexing
I am viewing "Details" only in windows explorer (No Thumbnails)
I have shut off IPv6 support (I read about it somewhere but I believe it was to do with network operations, but I tried it anyway)
Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface is disabled
All Drivers are up to date.
I have completely wiped the drive and reloaded the OS.
This is on a 1tb storage drive, no RAID, 3gb SATA drive (Seagate 7200.12)
Windows 7 64bit (Windows experience is listed as 6.1)
Intel i5 processor with 4gig memory
Fresh install, fast hard drive (OS).
Not much else running