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Windows 7: Increase internet speed


08 Jun 2009   #11

XP Pro SP3 x86/Vista SP2 x64/Win7 x64 Triple-boot
 
 

Method 2 may work, but I'm not sure. If you hammer the reserved bandwith too much, you might suffer from lost packets now and again on certain stuff. (more lagging in games and other network errors.)

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08 Jun 2009   #12

Windows seven ultimate x86 build 7600
 
 

since it made everyone even worse, did you restart the system after you do the first method or second??
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08 Jun 2009   #13

Windows 7 Build 7600
 
 

That slowed down my connection for some reason
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09 Jun 2009   #14
Microsoft MVP

Vista and now 7 in 32 and 64 bit.
 
 

This is an old tip, dating back to the XP days. It made the rounds with people
believing that Microsoft always allocates 20% of your bandwidth for Windows Update.
It can also be achieved through the "Programs and features" in the Control Panel, "Turm Windows features on or off" and unticking Remote differential Compression"

According to the instructions, you were supposed to disable QoS in order to free up bandwidth. Unfortunately this tip was not only wrong, but disabling QoS will cause problems with applications that rely on it, like some streaming media or VoIP applications.
Here is what Microsoft had to say about it (Last para) - Note the date!
Windows XP Quality of Service (QoS) enhancements and behavior
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09 Jun 2009   #15

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

This is whats in the description in the policy editor:

Quote:
By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default.
However Im resetting everything back to what it was.
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09 Jun 2009   #16

XP/win7 x86 build 7127
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by davehc View Post
This is an old tip, dating back to the XP days. It made the rounds with people
believing that Microsoft always allocates 20% of your bandwidth for Windows Update.
It can also be achieved through the "Programs and features" in the Control Panel, "Turm Windows features on or off" and unticking Remote differential Compression"

According to the instructions, you were supposed to disable QoS in order to free up bandwidth. Unfortunately this tip was not only wrong, but disabling QoS will cause problems with applications that rely on it, like some streaming media or VoIP applications.
Here is what Microsoft had to say about it (Last para) - Note the date!
Windows XP Quality of Service (QoS) enhancements and behavior
hehehe, yea i remember this thing.... thats been ages ago, hehe
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10 Jun 2009   #17

windows xp
 
 

Thanks for Your tips.Its very useful to me
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05 Nov 2009   #18

2003 professional
 
 

there are lots of source avail to accelerate internet speed,just add this my own tips to accelerate internet speed little better.

1. Go to Start-> Run-> and type gpedit.msc

2. Expand the Administrative Templates branch

3. Expand the Network tab

4. Highlight QoS Packet Scheduler

5. Click on Limit Reservable Bandwidth and check the enabled box

6. Then Change the Bandwidth limit % to 0 %

Once you have done this click apply and restart your PC. After rebooting you should see a noticeable improvement in your net speed(ref: google).just find your internet speed here http://www.****************/internet-speed-test/
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11 Nov 2009   #19

Windows 7 - 64bit
 
 

Windows 7 64 bit.

Added some of my little secrets.. going to try what's listed above...




Here's another..




Nice Hey?
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02 Feb 2010   #20

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by blackbitz45 View Post
Try this, it improved my pc but not much

Click the start button
Attachment 13624

then type in the start menu system.ini
Attachment 13625
in the system.ini copy this

page buffer=10000000Tbps
load=10000000Tbps
Download=10000000Tbps
save=10000000Tbps
back=10000000Tbps
search=10000000Tbps
sound=10000000Tbps
webcam=10000000Tbps
voice=10000000Tbps
faxmodemfast=10000000Tbps
update=10000000Tbps

Tbps means Tera bytes per second which means the internet speed will improve

Second method:
If it did not work try this other method

1-go to run
2-type gpedit.msc
3-expand the administrative templates
4-expand the network
5-select Qos Packet Scheduler
6- double click limit reservable bandwidth
7-enable it and put 0 in the bandwidth limit
8-click apply and ok



hope this helps!!

what will happen if I try these two methods?
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