Monday, July 23, 2012

Boost your Internet Speed by 20%

Face it.  Internet can be laggy and it’s true that Windows Can slow down your internet.  But lets reverse it.I tried this method and it did help me by at least 20% to be frank.This trick doesn't speed up or boost your internet speed from nowhere,we are not hacking anything to get free internet :p This is just a windows trick which I'm sure will work on Windows XP,Windows Vista or Windows 7.



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What to Do ?

1. Turn Off ClearType.

Go to Tools > Internet Options> Advance.  Than Under Multimedia uncheck Always Use ClearType for HTML*




2. Turn Off SmartScreen Filter



Go To Safety > SmartScreen Filter > Turn Off SmartScreen Filter…




3. Stop Automatic Feed Downloading

Go Tools > Internet Options > Content > Options (under Feeds) > And Uncheck Autiomaticlly check for feeds…..


4. Stop the SSVhelper Ad on

Go Tools > Manage Add-ons > Scroll Down Till you see SSVHelper and Disable it


5. Changing MaxConnectionsPerServer MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server

WARNING, EDITING THE REGESTRY CAN CAUSE WINDOWS TO MALFUNCTION.  ALWAYS BACKUP THE KEYS YOU ARE ABOUT TO EDIT.

1. Open Up Regedit Start > Type “regedit” and press shift+enter

2. Browse to the following directory:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\

3a. If you see MaxConnectionsPerServer and MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server in the right pane, Edit them and select the decimal amount to 6.  And you are done!

3b. If you do not see MaxConnectionsPerServer and  MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server you have to create them.  Right Click the right pane and select DWORD, name it MaxConnectionsPerServer.  Than Click the Decimal radio button and set the value to 6.  Repeat this step, except use MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server as the name.



6. Turn Off FlowControl.

Go Start > (Right Click)Computer > Properties> Device Manager >Network Adapter > Double click your current network adapter.

Click Advance > Find FlowControl,  And Disable It



And Your Done!
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