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Making Net 20% Faster

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Old 06-10-2008
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idea Making Net 20% Faster
  

  1. Go to Start, Run and type: gpedit.msc
  2. Expand the key "Local Computer Policy"
  3. Expand the key "Administrative Templates"
  4. Expand the key "Network"
  5. Scroll to the left "QoS Packet Scheduler" and double-click to open
  6. Locate the "Limit reservable bandwidht" and double-click to open
  7. In the new window, select "Enable" and change the rate to 0 (this is on 20 default)
  8. Restart your computer
The 20% of the bandwidth that Windows XP reserves for itself are now available to the user

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Will this tweak work for MTNL broadband also?
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It has nothing to do with broadband, or cablenet.
Rather with the bandwidth of Windows XP!
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I can honestly say that I was not affected but the windows does something, ahh it does, because now in linux, I have obtained transfer rates in the order of 5 / 6 MB/s (yes megs per second!). At the same windows File, is a burst of 4Mb at the beginning, but ends up 10. Take longer than in Linux, the File in question is 34MB and was drawn by 8 in Tue 18seg in linux and windows, the test was done before and then, and it remained equal! Ahh, and now I have already 8Mb of Cable!
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All 20% more quickly! . Nice find
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