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Slow Internet Speed? Here’s a solution! Huhuhu,

Hungry for more tweaks?

To take the 20% bandwidth Windows is stealing from you. You’ll love it! This guide teaches you to counter one of the main problems any Internet User may face – Slow Internet Speed! As simple it sounds, its as simple to increase it!

1) Go to Start>Run. Type in “gpedit.msc” (Without the quotes, duh!). (This opens a “Group Policy” window. If you’re like me, you wont be interested in what it actually is, but what it can actually do for you.. Right? Anyways..)
2) Follow this path: Local Computer Policy>Computer Configuration>Administrative Templates>Network>QoS Packet Scheduler>Limit Reservable Bandwidth>. If it’s disabled or not configured, change the settings like the one below:

Increase Bandwidth

Like the above screenshot indicates, select “Enabled” and set the Bandwitdth limit to 0%.

Why did we do that? Simple, like I said before, Windows is silently eating 20% of your bandwidth. I emphasize on the word “silently” – The explain TAB of the above window proves it. This is what it says:

Determines the percentage of connection bandwidth that the system can reserve. This value limits the combined bandwidth reservations of all programs running on the system.

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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.

If you enable this setting, you can use the “Bandwidth limit” box to adjust the amount of bandwidth the system can reserve.

If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the system uses the default value of 20 percent of the connection.

Important: If a bandwidth limit is set for a particular network adapter in the registry, this setting is ignored when configuring that network adapter.”

The bolded parts say it all!

What next? You’re done! You’ve completed this guide. Enjoy our other tricks under SIBASISH NETIFUN section


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