I am forced to use Windows 10 on my job, so I use
native Win32 Emacs.
Emacs on WSL (compiled from emacs mirror though tried the default Ubuntu 18.04 too).
I tend to use more the one on WSL, as I prefer Linux-style way of working.
But both seem to be slow when working with git.
magit and doing git stuff with just single key presses.
Though magit relays on a
git.exe in Windows or default git under WSL.
I already read the article about magit slowness on Windows and tried its recommendations.
But it is still slow, and takes seconds to respond in operations that should take milliseconds.
As a comparison, try SublimeMerge and feel your jaw dropping...
It is amazingly fast. You get instant diffs on files and branches.
I wish Emacs would be that fast.
I suspect there is no alternative to make Emacs on Windows become fast when working with git.
But I really needed to post this question.