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09 July 2010
Friday, July 09, 2010 Posted by ΛηK♪┼
-Always Use Download Manager Such as Orbit Downloader For Your Downloading Purposes.
-Clear Your Temp and prefetch Directory Regularly.
(To do This Simply Go To Run.Type %Temp%.Delete all Files There,Do Same by Typing prefetch instead of %Temp%)
-Clear Cookies and History of Your Browser Regularly.
Increase BROADBAND speed in WinXP
1. make positive your logged on as actually "Administrator". do not log on with any account that has administrator privileges.
2. start - run - type gpedit.msc (not available in home version)
3. expand the "local computer policy" branch
4. expand the "administrative templates" branch
5. expand the "network branch"
6. Highlight the "QoS Packet Scheduler" in left window
7. in right window click three times the "limit reservable bandwidth" setting
8. on setting tab check the "enabled" item
9.where it says "Bandwidth limit %" change it to read 0
Effect is immediate on some systems, some require to re-boot. This is more of a "counter what XP does" thing. In other words, XP seems to require to reserve 20% of the bandwidth for its self, even with QoS disabled. So why not use it to your advantage.
Increase your Cable modem or DSL speed in XP
This tweak is for broadband cable connections on stand alone machines with winXP professional version - might work on Home version also. It will probably work with networked machines as well but I haven't tried it in that configuration. This is for windows XP only, it does not work on win2000. I use 3 Com cards so I don't know the way it works on others at this point. It does not involve editing the registry. This tweak assumes that you have let winXP generate a connection on install for your cable modem/NIC combination and that your connection has tcp/ip - QoS - file and print sharing - and client for microsoft networks , only, installed. It also assumes that winxp will detect your NIC and has in-box drivers for it. If it doesn't do not try this. In the "My Network Places" properties (right click on the desktop icon and pick properties), highlight the connection then at the menu bar pick "Advanced" then "Advanced Settings". Uncheck the three boxes in the lower half for the bindings for File and Printer sharing and Client for MS networks. Click OK
1. From the windows XP cd in the support listing from the support cab, extract the file netcap.exe and place it in a listing on your hard drive or even in the root of your C:\ drive.
2. next, open up a command prompt window and change directories to where you put netcap.exe. then type "netcap/?". It will list some commands that are available for netcap as well as a netmon driver will be installed. At the bottom you will notice your adapters. You ought to see three of them if using a 3Com card. One will be for LAN and the other will be for WAN something or other.
3. Next type "netcap/Remove". This will remove the netmon driver.
4. Open up control panel / technique / dev man and look at your network adapters. You ought to now see three of them and one will have a yellow ! on it. Right click on the one without the yellow ! and pick uninstall. YES! you are uninstalling your network adapter, continue with the uninstall. Do not restart yet.
5. Check your connection properties to make positive that no connection exists. In the event you get a wizard cancel out of it.
6. Now re-start the machine.
7. After re-start go to your connection properties again and you ought to have a brand spanking new connection called "Local area connection 2". highlight the connection then at the menu bar pick "Advanced" then "Advanced Settings". Uncheck the three boxes in the lower half for the bindings for File and Printer sharing and Client for MS networks. Click OK.
8. Pick connection properties and uncheck the "QOS" box
9. Re-start the machine
10. after restart enjoy the increased responsiveness of IE, faster page loading, as well as a connection speed boost.