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    Local Publish has suddenly become very slow. It now takes 24 [yes, twenty four] hours to local publish a 50MB update which used to take about 40 minutes. I have uninstalled & re-installed NO F 2015 but no difference. I have tried re-local publishing of the site dating back to before the problem started but it still takes as long. l have reduced the content to 40MB but no difference. Any ideas?

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    What version of Windows? DId it happen after a mandatory update? I would suggest deleting the existing local publish files (or rather rename them, and do a fresh local publish.

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    The problem seems to be caused by an upgrade to Windows 10 in June 2018. You can't sensibly stop automatic upgrades of Windows 10 and you can't easily restore the PC to a date before the upgrade which caused the problem. Only solved by installing Windows 7 [64bit] on the PC used for NO F. It now works fine and this has probably made NO F more stable and less likely to suffer random crashes which happened on Windows 10.

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    Yes...that's one of the problems with WIN10, which is why I am looking to move away. The only way I know to stop auto updates in WIN10 is to set PC to metered internet usage - that stops it I think.

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    For those people suffering with windows 10 who seem to let Microsoft off the hook for trashing their computers, there are easy and cheap solutions. Ebay has been selling off Microsoft OS both desktop and server for months now. This is software that is in factory sealed envelops as well as keys with downloads for unbelievable prices. Here is a search result for windows 7 pro oem.

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...tware&_sacat=0

    You can see that there are dirt cheap prices and insanely high prices for exactly the same software.

    I have bought a lot of server and desktop software and it all works and activates but you have to be careful. Some ebay sellers have very clever incredible ways to cheat you. But if a seller has over 100 positive feedback for selling software over several years time then you can pretty much expect they are a legit seller. If they have been on ebay for 2 weeks and they are selling keys and downloads, be careful.

    It looks to me that Microsoft partners are selling off premise software so Microsoft can force every body to the cloud in the near future. There won't be software packages to buy anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gprit View Post
    Yes...that's one of the problems with WIN10, which is why I am looking to move away. The only way I know to stop auto updates in WIN10 is to set PC to metered internet usage - that stops it I think.
    The only way I know to keep out everybody from my computers is to use one of the many 3rd party firewalls available. I can control every packet that tries to enter or leave my computers. I have to approve every one of them. It's work but it's worth it. Most hackers like Microsoft come into computers via port 80 (internet) because most computers have it open. There are ways to detect certain kinds of traffic from others on port 80 or any other one.

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