How To: Disable disk compression on your desktop to increase Pro Tools' performance

Disable disk compression on your desktop to increase Pro Tools' performance

Want to get better results when you run Pro Tools on your PC? This tutorial shows you the easy step of disabling disk compression and indexing, two steps you can use to get the maximum efficiency out of real time applications like Pro Tools.

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