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Hi, SunBow.

For your contributions to my question:

50 points x "A" = 200 E-Points

Bye.
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Thanx:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win2000/Q_20290993.html
Title: Why is my DOS app so slow?
From: q2eddie Date: 04/18/2002 08:29AM PST
An update/PS:
"program is trying to read/edit/create files in directories with more than 40,000 files.  While this is not a problem on PCs with Win95/98/Me, the PCs with WinNT/2000 don't fair so well"
"The g33k is unwilling to consider alternatives."

OK, we tried...

(1/3/03: and thanx to NetMinder EM for pointing this oldie out to me)
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