10 Jan 2016

How to Increase Your Computer Internet speed with this proven simple Guide.

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In today's growing technological world, Everybody loves everything to be done at the earliest time, nobody likes his or her job to be delayed... are you facing a slow internet speed? why wait for your webpages to load till thy kingdom come.... when you can boost the loading of your webpages and increase your download speed..

You should check your internet speed before trying these methods i will give, so you can compare and contrast. to check your internet speed you can use any of these site. SPEEDTEST.NET or NETSPEEDOMETER.COM




How to calculate time to download/ upload a file with your internet connection speed.

Suppose your current bandwidth connection speed is 1.10 Mbps that means you can download at 140.8 KB/sec [1.10 x 1024/8]. Some terms to understand your internet speed results:

Kbps: Kilobit per second transfer rate. There are 8 bits in a byte, so we would divide kbps by 8 to get KB/sec transfer rate.

Mbps
: megabits per second transfer rate. 1024 kilobits equals one megabit. Mbps is the industry-standard used by ISPs (Internet Service Providers).
You can be using same internet connection with your friend but how comes his pages loads faster than yours? i will give you a THREE simple proven tips to boost your internet speed.

 

 (1.) Remove the Reserved Bandwidth for System:

Bandwidth is the amount of data that you are allowed to download/upload at any given time. note that in a computer system there is a QoS (Quality of Service) Packet Scheduler which controls the percentage of connection bandwidth that the system can reserve.

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) promise to provide you a certain speed, but sometimes you do not receive that speed on your device, there are lot of reasons which may cause slow internet speed and one of those reasons bandwidth reservation is most common.

By default, your computer system may reserve up to 20 percent of the network bandwidth for QoS traffic handled by the QoS Packet Scheduler to improve the performance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications, video conferencing and Internet Protocol (IP) telephony and windows updates etc.

Follow this easy steps to set the bandwidth limit to 0 (zero) so as to  speed up your internet connection.

Step-1: Press the Windows logo key ⊞ Win + R to open the Run command window. 

Step-2: Now, type GPEDIT.MSC  and press Enter or click on OK button to open the local group policy editor window.

Step-3: On the left side column under computer configuration select/ click on Administrative templates and on the right side column double click on Network > QoS Packet Scheduler > Limit receivable bandwidth.

Step-4: In the open window, select Enable and reduce the bandwidth limits percentage to 0 (zero) and apply it.

             NOTE: If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the system uses the default value of 80 percent of the connection. However, if a bandwidth limit is set for a particular network adapter in the registry, this setting is ignored when configuring that network adapter.

(2.) Clear Browsing Data 

Sometimes, your internet connection will boost after cleaning all browsing data from internet browsers. To clear/delete the browsing data viz. browsing history, download history, cookies and other site and plug-in data, empty the cache, saved passwords, saved Auto-fill form data, data from hosted apps and DE-authorize content licenses etc. press Ctrl + Shift + Delete

(3.) Turned off Updates

There may be some applications running in the background for the latest updates even after closing your web browsers. Thus, you should turned off the update options from all your applications and software including windows updates. You may set the update option for manual update and update them once.



Did you know? The standard broadband speed is 512 kilobits per second (kbit/s or kb/s) and is 10 times faster than dial-up that is just 56 kbps. As a result of which most of worldwide internet users (presently about 2.5 billion) are moving away from dial-up internet access (requires disrupting your telephone service) to Broadband Internet access.
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