Is there something we can do to help boost the speed of transferring files on a wired 100 Mb/s network to a NTFS USB hard drive attached? I tried everything I could think of, but big data files take an eternity, feels like going back to the dial-up era. Maybe to format it different? If so, what format type is the fastest on this device: NTFS, FAT/FAT32 or HFS+?
What about your experience? Have you ever used HFS+, because FAT/FAT32 is out of the question because of the file size limitation of 4GB.