Increase Internet Speed on Windows 7 & XP By 20% Without Any Software, Can You?

Yes You Can!

Steps to Increase Internet Speed

Make sure you have logged in As Administrator. not by Administrator privileges.

Microsoft reserves 20% of your available bandwidth for their own purposes like Windows Updates and interrogating your PC etc. By unreserving this bandwidth, you can make your internet connection faster. By 20%. The steps to do so are –

1. Click Start then Run and type “gpedit.msc” without quotes.

2. Then go to Local Computer Policy>Computer Configuration>Administrative Templetes>Network>QoS Packet Scheduler. Click on QoS Packet Scheduler. In the right side , find Limit Reservable Bandwidth and double click on Limit Reservable Bandwidth.

3. It will say it is not configured but the truth is under the ‘Explain’ tab. Select ‘Enable’ and set reservable bandwidth to zero.

4. Click on ‘Apply’ and your internet speed will boost up by 20%.

or

Here is a Simple Tweak to Increase Internet Speed on For Windows XP pro. This tweak will only work in Windows XP Professional. and will  work in windows 7 or 8.

Follow the steps Carefully.

1.Click on Start Button.
2.Select Run from the Start menu.
3.Type gpedit.msc
4.Expand the [Administrative Templates] branch
5.Then Expand the [Network] branch.
6.Highlight (Select by Single Click)  [QoS Packet Scheduler]
7.Double-click [Limit Reservable Bandwidth] (Available in Right Side Panel).
8.Check(Select By Single Click on it) [Enabled]
9.Change [Bandwidth limit %] to 0 %
10.Click [OK] Button.
11.Restart Your PC.
11.Now check your Internet Speed.
12Enjoy Increased Internet Speed

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