Supposedly calculating things like disk space should be much faster. Often I still find myself waiting hours in front of a "Get Info" window with "Calculating" displayed at the top before it tells me. Often a folder that I just copied one or two gigabytes of data to will show "Zero Kb" for several hours until it finally realizes how big the files are. This makes is hard to judge whether I can send files on WeTransfer or whatever. It's often nice to know how big files are. Well I find that I can only rarely find out what size files are unless I have 4 hours to spare while it figures it out. My system doesn't seem faster either. What exactly does APFS do better that can actually be felt in the real world? MacBook Pro Late 2013 Retina (500 GB SSD).