How To Increase The Browsing Speed Of Your Network’s Shared Folders

When you start browsing on your local area network, how many times have you experienced your browsing speed to slow down? How many of you have experienced slowdowns when you connect to other computers that are sharing data? Well, this happens primarily because of a feature in Windows Explorer.

This feature looks for tasks that are scheduled on remote computers. This takes a lot of time and it also really slows down your browser. This usually creates a lot of problems and of course, you would want a solution fast for this. So, in order to deal with this, you will have to hack your System Registry and delete the reference. However, please make sure you make a backup of anything you delete.

Open the Registry Editor by clicking on your Start Menu. Select the Run option here. Once it opens, you want to click on regedit in the text box. Press OK to move onwards.

The Registry Editor is open and loaded. Look for the key that says HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and expand it.

Now look for the Software option and expand that too. Microsoft is the next folder you’re looking for. Expand this one too.

Located the Windows tab and expand it. Here, you will be editing your system’s main files so expand the CurrentVersion folder.

The function that you have opened up is a feature of the Windows tool called Explorer. Expand the Explorer key here. Locate the RemoteComputer key and expand it. Once this has been expanded, look for the NameSpace folder and click on it. Once you open it, you will be shown all the features that are enabled at that moment when you browser onto a remote computer.

There will be two entries here: 2227A280-3AEA31069-A2DE-08002B30309D AND D6277990-4C6A-8D87-00AA0060F5BF. The former tells Explorer what printers are being shared on a remote device whereas the latter shows remote scheduled tasks. This is the one you want to delete. Right-click on it and delete it.

After deleting it, restart your computer and the changes will take effect themselves. Now, there will be no more delays.

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