On Tuesday, July 23, 2013 7:27:07 AM UTC+2, Teddy wrote:
> *I noticed the git fetch on each repos (~200 MB) takes longer time (5 
> seconds), on linux ~ 1 second.*

5 seconds sounds bearable. You have to ask yourself if this is fast enough.
If you already have SSD's, the next step would be to build and test Karsten 
Blee's patch, which Johannes mentioned in the other list:

There is also a vast performance improvement in the works: 
https://github.com/msysgit/git/pull/47 (Karsten Blees is one of the 
handful of Windows people who cannot be thanked enough for all of his 
wonderful contributions to the Git project). 

Bear in mind that you will probably never be able to match the performance 
on Linux. For that, the file-system is too limited. A lot of developer 
tools suffer from this same problem (compilers, build systems, 
source-control systems, etc). Naturally, Git has evolved to perform well on 
Linux above anything else.

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