Discussion in 'Utilities and Appz' started by kevinmarquez, Sep 28, 2008.
How do i maximize/speed up my internet connection?
ask your Internet Service Provider on how to increase your speed.
Just one of the safe ways to increase your internet speed is by paying for more bandwidth. You can also do tweaks, but some or even most of them can be disastrous.
registry tweaks are USELESS. opt for upgrading your current speed.
tweaks are myth...
upgrade/subscribe for a higher plan, thats the best way!
actually parang useless din kung mag upgrade ka pag ndi NGN 800 kbps lang nakukuha namin na dapat 2mbps speed. BTW im using PLDT myDSL
i think the proper title for this post is
HOW TO OPTIMIZE MY INTERNET CONNECTION..
IMO, tweaks have their proper place in this world and are useful in their own right. There are also those "truths" which are actually just misconstrued facts.
Did you know that applying WinXP SP2 and SP3 actually limited one's TCP connections capability? Guess what, you need a *registry tweak* to get around this limitation.
did anyone test this and find that you can download faster after you apply this tweak?
sorry, but pics or it didnt happen
tol dissable mo ung reservable bandwidth sa group policy mo
Use fullspeed app or tune up utilities. So far working for me. MY dsl speed 100MBPS DSL connection.
100mbps? magkano monthly nyan?
Which tweak is that?
If you are referring to my post, then here:
http://www.megaleecher.net/Tcpip.sys_Pa ... tion_Limit
http://www.mydigitallife.info/2009/06/0 ... -required/
the only program i know is cfos speed (traffic shaping), it works with most of the world providers. You got not more bandwith but your bandwith will be used more intelligent. The software can be fully testet for 30 days.
i agree.. i use cfosspeed..
How can i change the tweak for the Winxp sp2 for TCP?
The real tweak is to upgrade to a higher bandwidth. that's all.
^ right !.just upgrade your plan
Use TCP Optimizer if you're on Windows XP since Vista and 7 has an auto-tuning receive window size.
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