Win10 network performance to Qnap worse than Win7.

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Re: Win10 network performance to Qnap worse than Win7.

Postby Don » Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:57 am

Make sure the Win 10 box has the latest drivers from the manufacturer for the nic card. I've seen many instances where a driver update fixed the issue.
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