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How to Enable Remote Differential Compression API Support on Window 10

Enable RDC(Client-Server Synchronization Algorithm) API Support on Windows 10

Enable Remote Differential Compression API Support

Remote Differential Compression API Support Windows 10: Though RDC had its first run in 2003 with Windows server 2003 and then with Windows Client and server operating systems, this feature is still available on Windows 10 in 2019. Remote Differential Compression simply called as RDC provides effective file synchronization than Binary Delta Compression yet not used in any of the products of the Microsoft nowadays. In this article, we will take you through the steps involved in the process of enabling the Remote Differential Compression API Support on Windows 10.

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Enable Remote Differential Compression(RDC) API Support on Windows 10:

  1. Go to the Control Panel via Start menu.
    Control Panel
    Control Panel
  2. Switch the Control Panel view to Category View.
    Category View
    Category View
  3. After switching the Control Panel view to Category view, click on Programs.
    Programs
    Programs
  4. Next, click on Turn Windows features on or off from Programs and Features.
    Turn Windows features on or off
    Turn Windows features on or off
  5. Windows Features dialog box will appear now.
  6. Locate Remote Differential Compression API Support from the list and enable it by click on the corresponding checkbox. Then, click on OK.
    Enable RDC API Support
    Enable RDC API Support
  7. Windows will now search for the required files.
    Searching for the required files
    Searching for the required files
  8. After that, it will apply the necessary changes.
    Applying changes
    Applying changes
  9. Finally, click on Close to close the Window.
    Close
    Close

Remote Differential Compression API Support is now enabled on Windows 10.

How to Disable Remote Differential Compression API Support on Windows 10:

Disabling Remote Differential Compression API Support will be an easy one if you are aware of its enabling process.

  • Go to Windows Features of Control Panel via the Start menu.
  • Locate and disable Remote Differential Compression API Support from the list.
  • Finally, Windows will apply the necessary changes and complete the process.

Article Conclusion:

In spite of its long run and effective file synchronizationRemote Differential Compression(RDC) API Support is not used in any Microsoft product nowadays. However, it is still available as an added feature on Windows 10 which can be enabled with the above steps.

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