speeding up net browsing:

TCP Window parameter
1. run -> regedit, there change these setting, backup ur registry if want to revert
2. HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize=”256960″ (DWORD, number of
bytes) Valid range is from MSS to 2^30. Add the value as a decimal.

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters TcpWindowSize=”256960″ (DWORD, number of bytes)
Valid range is from MSS to 2^30. Add the value as a decimal.

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters Tcp1323Opts=”1″ (DWORD, recommended setting is 1.

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters DefaultTTL=”64″ (DWORD, recommended setting is 64.

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters EnablePMTUDiscovery=”1″ (DWORD – boolean, valid
settings are 0–>False and 1–>True.

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters EnablePMTUBHDetect=”0″ (DWORD – boolean, valid
settings are 0–>False and 1–>True. Recommended setting is 0)

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters SackOpts=”1″ (DWORD – boolean, recommended setting
is 1.

Speed up Internet Explorer:
* Open registry editor by going to Start –> Run –> regedit.

* In registry editor, navigate to key HKEY_CURRENT_USER –> Software –> Microsoft –> Windows –> CurrentVersion –> Internet Settings.

* Click on edit –> New –> DWORD.

* Type MaxConnectionsPerServer –> You can set value (the more higher the no, the more good speed u get, e;g : 99). [99 in hexadecimal, So 153 in decimal]

* Create another DWORD.

* Type MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server.

* Then put a high value as mentioned above.

* Restart Internet Explorer and you are done.
1) Make sure ALL instances of Internet Explorer (including this window) are closed.
.1a) Either make the change and right before you click OK for the last time, close this window.
.1b) OR Copy-and-paste this text to a notepad file and close this window.

2) Then run Regedit and go to:

(to run regedit –> Start –> Run –> Type: regedit.exe –> OK)

3) In the left hand pane highlight the {D6277990-4C6A-11CF-8D87-00AA0060F5BF} subkey.
.3a) And delete it: right-click on it -> select Delete -> WAIT!!!
(NOW close all Open browser windows (including this one) if you have not done so.)
.3b) Click YES or OK.
Notes: This Registry / Internet Explorer change takes effect immediately.
Other notes: Restart MS IE while connected to a network / internet to see the difference.

RECOMMENDED: Export (BACKUP) this Registry key to a REG file FIRST to be able to restore it (by running the REG file) if necessary. In Regedit: highlight the key name in the left hand pane -> click “Registry” from the menu -> select “Export Registry File…” -> type a file name in the “File name” field -> browse to the destination of your choice -> push the Save button.

Speed Up Net Browsing With DNS:
Each time u browse a web site on the internet,
the actual site name u type is resolved to an ip address.
This translation is effected through what is called the
DNS (Domain Name System).
This DNS information is stored in ur computer so that each time u type a web address ,
a record of its IP address is stored so that it can be recalled later without having to retrieve it again.
1 way to speed up ur browsing experience is to increase this DNS cache in windows XP.
u will need to modify registry for this.
Start notepad & enter the following text into it:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic esDnscache\Parameters]
Save this file, naming it dnscache.reg
Double click on the file in windows explorer & merge it into ur registry. 10/5/07 ?real.whitehat
One more trick to Speed Up Internet Connection
Hey P???? M????, increasing Bandwidth with this trick is really cool n it works with all OS build on 2000 Architecture…

Here is one more trick that will Speed up your Internet Connection, for this u need to change your older DNS Server address to new one which is regarded as Safer,Faster & Reliable DNS Server in the world.

Preferred DNS server address for Open DNS is:


Alternate DNS server address for Open DNS is:

You can set up these address on your computer, router or, if you run a larger network, on your existing DNS servers. If you have a choice between setting it up on your router or your computer, it is better to do it on your router.

Visit here to learn How to Setup these addresses on different OS Architecture n Router

How it Works
http://www.opendns.com/how/dns/turning-names-into-numbers 10/5/07 ?real.whitehat
Increase the Internet Speed using registry
Open Notepad and paste the below code in it.

[HKEY_LOCAL_ MACHINE\SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSe t\Services\ Tcpip\Parameters ]
“SackOpts”=dword: 00000001
“TcpWindowSize” =dword:0005ae4c
“Tcp1323Opts” =dword:00000003
“DefaultTTL” =dword:00000040
“EnablePMTUBHDetect “=dword:00000000
“EnablePMTUDiscover y”=dword: 00000001
“GlobalMaxTcpWindow Size”=dword: 0005ae4c

Now save this file as speed.reg. Execute it and observe the change!Next Trick to increase net speed:

follow the step:-
go to desktop->My computer-(right click on)->properties->then go HARDWARE tab->Device manager-> now u see a window of Device manager
then go to Ports->Communication Port(double click on it and Open).
after open u can see a Communication Port properties.
go the Port Setting:—-
and now increase ur “Bits per second” to 128000.
and “Flow control” change 2 Hardware.
apply and see the result………….

broadband speedyou and TEST:
This tip is designed for increased BROADBAND speed in Windows XP while using standard Network Interface cards (NIC) that are connected to ADSL modems, or when using any directly-connected USB ADSL modem.
To speed up the Internet connection speed we need to configure a special buffer in the computer’s memory in order to enable it to better deal with interrupts made from the NIC or the USB modem.This tip is only recommended if you have 256MB RAM or higher.

Step # 1:
1. Identify the IRQ used by the NIC/USB modem1. Open the System Information tool by running MSINFO32.EXE from the Run command.
2. Expand System Summary > Hardware Resources > IRQs.
3. Look for the listing made for your NIC (in my case – a Intel® PRO/100+ Management Adapter). Note the IRQ next to the specified line (in my case – IRQ21).

In case of USB modems you will first need to find the right USB device used by your modem.
Follow these steps:
1. Open the Device Manager tool by running DEVMGMT.MSC from the Run command (or by right-clicking My Computer > Hardware tab > Device Manager button).
2. Scroll down to Universal Serial Bus controllers and expand it.
3. Right-click the USB Root Hub and select Properties. Note that you might need to do so for all listed USB Root hubs (if there are more than one) in order to find the right one.
4. In the Power tab, look for your USB ADSL modem.
5. In the Resources tab look for the assigned IRQ (in this case – IRQ21).
6. This is the IRQ we’re looking for.Note: IRQs and modem names might vary…

Step #2:
Modify the system.ini file
1. Run SYSEDIT.EXE from the Run command.
2. Expand the system.ini file window.
3. Scroll down almost to the end of the file till you find a line called [386enh].
4. Press Enter to make one blank line, and in that line type IRQX=4096 where X is the designated IRQ number we found in step #1, in my case it’s IRQ21.Note: This line IS CASE SENSITIVE!!!
5. Click on the File menu, then choose Save.
6. Close SYSEDIT and reboot your computer.
Speed improvement will be noticed after the computer reboots.

Increase ur netspeed upto 20%:
1. Click Start
2. Run:”gpedit.msc”
3. Goto:>Local Computer Policy
——-–>Computer Configuration
——-–>Administrative Templates
——-–>Network–>QOS Packet Scheduler
——-–>Limit Reservable Bandwidth
4. Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth
5. Select Enable
6. Change 20% to 0%
7. Click Apply
8. Close! n be happy!

Want 2 Speed up Internet:
1. Open Notepad.
2. Copy and paste the following text in the Notepad:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters]

Save the file.
4. Change the file extension from .txt (text file) to .reg (registry file).
5. Double click open the file. Click “Yes” and then “OK”.


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