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Is it faster to transfer 1 file or is it faster to transfer several smaller files?

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1 large file is usually faster.

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Windows will (should) queue up your file transfers, but to answer your question 1 file at a time is usually faster.

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It depends if you are using a USB, SSD card, or a hard driver.

But then its better to transfer one file than several files, because your OS cant transfer every file with Default transfer rate of data, so it will just Optimize the rate of transferring then that every file can have enough speed but not the highest of data transfer.

same happens when you download several files at once.

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