Increase Your Internet Speed in 4 Steps

Your internet’s speed is something with which you might never be satisfied. You would want the speed to be more and more every time. Here is a trick to speed up your internet speed. By default, Windows reserves 20% of your bandwidth for various reasons like Quality of Services (QoS) like Internet Telephone systems, Windows and other software updates. by this trick, you actually reduce the 20% to ZERO :P

Follow these steps

1. Click on Start and then on run. Type gpedit.msc . Your Group Policy Editor is opened.

Group Policy Editor

Group Policy Editor

2.Under Computer Configuration click Administrative Templates and then Network.

Administrative Templates

Administrative Templates

3. After Network Click on QoS Packet Scheduler and then go to Limit Reservable Bandwidth.

4. Now double click on Reservable Bandwidth, te value of which has to be changed. By default it says “Not Configured”. Click on Enable and it shows 20% by default. Change it to Zero.

Limit Reservable Bandwidth

Limit Reservable Bandwidth

I hope this works out well for you :)

OS Packet Scheduler and then to Limit Reservable Bandwidth.

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  • Kailash

    Thanks Dude………..
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    • http://blogotechblog.com Lalit Indoria

      Welcome :)

  • http://www.auto-power-girl.com Carla

    This is a trick that my brother told me but I’ve always forgot to do but I made it now and I’m sure it’ll work.

  • Sandeep Yadav

    This twaeks is very importent if you are using slow gprs connection because gprs is slowest connection and provides slow speed. By help of this tweaks we surely improve our speed near about 20%. I hope viewrs must apply this tweaks if using slow connection.
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  • Girl

    Hello I don’t have gpedit.msc when I search in “run”

    • http://www.blogotechblog.com Lalit Indoria

      You should open group editor

  • http://www.tech2crack.com Ankit Saini

    Your guide really help me a lot..

    Thanks for sharing.