I recently upgraded from 8.5 to 10, then found 10 to be unworkable (different issue to this one), so I jumped to 2015. Both 10 and 2015 suffered from the same issue though, brutally slow saves for longer documents. I have some docs which are pushing 700-900mb in file size since the upgrade. We save everything to a Synology NAS on a dedicated gigabit network only used by 2 machines and the NAS. We have had no issues in the past saving files in reasonable times. Even working on massive illustrator files with embedded images, no speed issues at all.
But for Quark it takes about 5-7 minutes to save my largest file. These files were created originally in 8.5, so im not sure if that has anything to do with it. We also use EPS imaging, not TIFs. I can split these files if needed, but I fail to see why I should have to since 8.5 handled these files fine.
Any tips to speed up saves?