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we develop a product that uses a minifilter to restrict which files may be accessed in which way on which device. We noticed that the performance for accessing files on UNC shares regressed over the past Windows versions - without our product, but even more so with our product installed.
We measured startup times of Visual Studio Code from a network share:
Without our product:
** Windows 7: 8,89s
** Windows 10 1709: 9,99s
** Windows 10 1909: 11,32s
** Windows 10 2004: 16,68s
With our minifilter:
** Windows 7: 9,51s
** Windows 10 1709: 28,34s
** Windows 10 1909: 40,04s
** Windows 10 2004: 34,65s
Does anyone have any pointers for me?
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