|19 May 2012||#1|
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Is this a fact?; "Windows hosts files eating my bandwith"
A friend told me that I can delete the host files and get some of my bandwith. Is this true? Would windows eat some of my bandwith? (regardless if its the Host Files or not,) ofcourse winupdate is excluded in this question... If so, what steps should I take to maximize my connection?
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