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Windows 7: Getting Max from a dial-up connection

09 Aug 2010   #1

windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 
Getting Max from a dial-up connection

I've a dial-up connection ie mobile phone<<-+->>laptop & max speed 100 kbps....i know thats NOT A GREAT SPEED but guys from India will agree thats the max speed (350 kbps) offered by most service provider under the name of BROADBAND....
so folks i want to know how can i get maximum out of any type of connection...i use Bittorrent for all my download purpose (now also have Azureus) & before Win 7 use to have Bittorrent Accelerator but thats not working with Win 7....
So help me with following things:
1) how to get max speed of my dial-up connection even by 10%?
2) how to get most of network use while downloading thru bittorrent or azureus?
3) which 1's better bittorrent or azureus?

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09 Aug 2010   #2

windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

would like add 1 information my connection map:

my mobile phone (gprs enabled)---connected---my laptop---internet
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