Is your internet speed getting on your nerves?? Are you tired of changing your internet connections for the sake of good internet speed?? Do not panic if you are not able to do so. We know we need to have good internet speed in order to buffer videos directly on the internet, to load flash or animated files or to load highly descriptive web pages. We Always Need To Speed Up Our Internet Connection.
Today I have come up with a solution to this easy problem. Now I am Providing Very Nice Trick To Speed Up Your Internet Connection By 20%. Do not flabbergast, it is true. By the end, you will realize that your internet speed has been massively increased.
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But in order to increase your internet speed you have to follow simple steps as defined below:
Step:-1) Click On Start And Then Click On RUN Button And Type gpedit.msc And Press OK. This Opens The Group Policy Editor.
Step:-2) Then Go To,
–> Local Computer Policy
–> Computer Configuration
–> Administrative Templates
–> QOS Packet Scheduler
–> Limit Reservable Bandwidth.
Step:-3) Then Double Click On Limit Reservable bandwidth..
(It will say it is not configured, but the truth is under the ‘Explain’ tab i.e.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.)
Step:-4) Above All The Process Enables The reservable bandwidth, Then Set This To ZERO..
(This will allow the system to reserve nothing, rather than the default 20%.)
Hurray…That’s all. Now Your Internet Speed has increased Up to 20%.
Enjoy. And Please Share With Your Friends.. If You are Having Any Problem, Don’t Forget To Comment Below.
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