Our office moved to a new building, and in the process of getting all the computers setup for the network and various printers, co-workers noticed that when I open up the My Computer folder on my machine it loads very quickly compared to theirs.
Once our IT people had left, after getting everybody connected to the appropriate network modules and printers, I showed those interested how I had gotten mine to speed
up; here is how I did it.
- Open Windows Explorer.
- Select My Computer.
- Click on Tools, in the menu bar.
- Select Folder Options from the drop down menu.
- Select the View tab.
- Uncheck the box in front of “Automatically search for network folders and printers”.
- Click OK.
Now the My Computer folders should display more quickly.