External devices (External devices) are quite useful to transfer information from one computer to another computer. But, except when it takes longer than necessary to transfer data. Typically, Windows exits the quick removal information transfer mechanism for transmitting information to external devices. As a result, the right caching system is closed and the transfer is slow. So it will work with the quick removal of data transfer, to speed up the transfer of devices used in USB, to enable Better performance mode.
Use pen drive or external hard drive to USB. Run Windows Explorer by pressing Win + Key + E together for any Windows after Windows 7. Now press the ALT + D together, the path of the address bar will be selected. Cut it down and enter devmgmt.msc and press Enter. When the Device Manager is started, expand the list here by double-clicking on Disk drives. Here you can see the pen drive or external device drives installed on your computer. Viewing the desired model will double its drive and its properties will open. Now click on the Policies tab of the Property Window. Click the Better performance radio button under Removal policy and select it. Just below the write-caching policy, click on Enable write caching on the device and by pressing OK, the task will be completed. On many devices, the caching process can not be supported, but most modern devices support it and this will increase the data transfer speed. But after the transfer of information every time before opening the device from the USB, the Safely Remove Hardware option will be opened. So after the transfer of information every time you go to the task bar, use Safely Remove Hardware, or go to Windows Explorer, right-click on Pen Drive or External Device and click Eject and after the work, open the device from the USB port and use it on another computer.