After I installed Edison I noticed significant "Slowdowns" in Windows 10. Most notably Browsers (Edge, IE and Google) and Outlook 2016.
- Web pages were not loading
- Web pages took a very long time to load (Upwards of 2 minutes)
- Outlook was looking for a profile for up to 3 minutes.
It took a while, but I finally identified the root of the problem to the "Intel Edison USB RNDIS Device";
- Under network connections this device shows up as a public network
- I could not find a way to change this network to "Private"
- I believe that the "public" designation kicks in "protection" from windows 10 and results in timeouts or something like it. (supposition on my part)
- If I disable the device the problem goes away!
- I do not know the "unintended consequences" of disabling this device.
- The console still works, for example, but I have not tested other things.
Hence, the workaround if you have this problem is to disable the device in Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network Connections
I would really like to know if there is a better way and if there are any consequences to this approach.
Thanks in advance I
Thank you for providing a workaround. We will investigate if there's way to use the USB RNDIS Device without slowing down the performance.
We will pass this information to the appropriate team and contact you when we have an update.