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Large sync and backup tasks can perform tremendous amounts of disk I/O operations when running. This can place such a burden on your system that using other software while the task is running can become quite sluggish. If you schedule your tasks to occur after hours, this isn’t a problem. If you must continue to use your computer while they run, however, this can be quite annoying.

I/O Throttling

ChronoSync v4.8 adds a new feature known as “I/O throttling.” When enabled (in ChronoSync Preferences), it instructs ChronoSync to perform its disk I/O operations at a low priority, allowing you to continue using other applications unimpeded. This feature is intelligent and will only slow down when it detects you are actively using other applications, thus there is no harm leaving it turned on all the time. In fact, that is the default setting!