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improve performance - NTFS to ext4

My laptop is 7 year old HP compaq with ubuntu 12.04. It was dual booting with windows partition. I was not using windows for the last 1 year and formatted and the windows drive and removed it. ...
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mount.ntfs taking all the CPU (WUBI)

I installed yesterday Ubuntu following the 'click and play' instructions of the (nicely done) ubuntu website. I used WUBI. Its installed in a partition of a drive that mainly has a Windows 7 install. ...
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Copying to/from NTFS partitions very slow

My whole system slows down when I copy files between an NTFS drive to my local home directory. This is a new 12.04 installation with the latests 12.8 AMD ATI driver. Using Gnome-Shell or Unity does ...
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Really slow copy speed [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Copying to/from NTFS partitions very slow Does writing data from ext4 to NTFS partition take a lot of time?? I get speeds upto only 70kB/s (copy). ext4 - ext4 is pretty ...
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NTFS access very slow , perhaps a hang

I installed Ubuntu 11.10 about a month ago. Very nice. I dual boot it with Windows and have run it on VirtualBox. I hope to transition from Windows to Linux this year. I have many files in various ...
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What differences do I need to know choosing between ext4 and NTFS (Performance etc)

I understand that ext4 if faster than NTFS. But whats the speed difference if its like < 20MB/s, perhaps its better to use NTFS for convinence? What are the other implications of this apart from ...