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Re: weird download speed depending on how you download a file.

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weird download speed depending on how you download a file.

if you drag and drop a bunch of files to your computer its really fast.
But if instead of selecting all files, if you just select the parent folder, and drag and drop to your computer it's about 3-5 slower XD

Same amount of files, same amount of everything, just incredibly slower.

steps to reproduce:
*fast version:

- select all of these txt files and drag and drop to your computer

*Slow version
test/(contains same example files above)

-drag and drop test folder to your computer