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Saturday, March 10, 2007

Boost your internet Speed by releasing XP Reserved Bandwidth

Windows reserves 20% network bandwidth. You can release this by following these steps.

  1. Go to run and type gpedit.msc .
  2. Navigate to Computer Configuration ----> Administrative templates ---->Network.
  3. Open QoS Packet Scheduler.
  4. Double click Limit Reservable Bandwidth.
  5. Not cofigured would be chosen. However by default the value is 20% .
  6. Select enable and make the value 0.
  7. This should boost your net speed considerably.

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Vivek said...

This works great... I can feel the speed increase...

By the way... How did you get the Yaplet Chat in your blog... I too have a website "Tutorial on C" I am in need of something like that... Can you tell me how get that in the website itself.

My e-mail id vivek.itnitk@gmail.com

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Stone said...

when i put gpedit.msc in run and hit enter..it says file not found?..any ideas

Techmaster said...

Seems like you are using Windows XP Home edition. Unfortunately gpedit.msc [Group Policy Editor] is not there in Home edition. There should be some registry edit tweak releasing the 20% bandwidth . I will soon post it.

Hs said...

Thanks for this tip. :) Hope to see more of tuning tips from from the site. :)