Saturday, July 21, 2007

Increase your Broadband speed ---- Part-I

Hi friends .... not happy with the speed of our broadband connection which your ISP promised to give.Then here are some tricks to get maximum of your bandwidth...Try them....and you will get a lightning speed... if not some change will definitely occur.
The tutorial starts with part-I.
Just follow these easy steps:

1. Click on Start --> Run --> gpedit.msc <Enter>.
2. On the window that will show up, click on Administrative Templates --> Network --> QoS Packet Scheduler
3. On the right side pane, double click Limit reservable bandwidth.Change this configuration from not configured to Enabled and The reduce Bandwidth limit (%) from 20% to zero.
4. Click on Ok and restart your computer.

It seems that Windows XP reserves 20% of the available bandwidth even if this option is not configured and even if you don't use QoS (Quality of Service) feature (which is disabled by default).
Keep in mind that there are several other reasons for your download speed not reaching the labeled speed of your Internet connection.


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1 comment:

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