Does too deep a level of subdirectories under the parent directory affect the speed of reading files?

  linux, question

First kind

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The second

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Will the first access speed be slower than the second?
Is there any difference between linux and window?

It is only related to the number of files. The larger the number of files, the slower the speed of locating files. Think of the B-tree