Increase Internet speed in win7


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sammy2

I notice I haven't seen much tweaks for windows 7 for increasing internet speed.

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XerXis

because they are all bull**** anyway, always have been, always will be

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hdood

Your ISP will increase your internet speed if you hand them some monies.

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master2k27

how would windows 7 increase your internet speed?

the best way is to buy a better bourdband package :D

This topic is full of FAIL

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Jaybonaut
bourdband

This topic is full of FAIL

Irony.

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master2k27

haha I wonder if anyone would get that, did not take long

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Xenomorph

My GeForce 8800GT didn't increase my Internet speed either.

WHAT GIVES?

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InterceptorX
My GeForce 8800GT didn't increase my Internet speed either.

WHAT GIVES?

Huh, I got a new sound card and it helped. >.> Got another 5mbs out of it.

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sammy2
Your ISP will increase your internet speed if you hand them some monies.

It's not about monies, but alot of time the default windows settings doesn't utilize the speed offered by the ISP - especially when it comes to browsing the web. In windows XP and Vista i'm use to testing out the various tweaks - some works and others don't.

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hdood

I have never experienced that. Your internet connection is what, 10Mbps at most? If we were talking about something that was close to maxing out the network connection (which I'm assuming is 100-1000Mbps), then maybe, but your internet connection?

Maybe you are confusing speed with some of the "tweaks" in the past that have dealt with applications that use massive amounts of connections, such as Bittorrent, but that's a separate matter.

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master2k27

Dear god im not going even bother to explain

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Pupik
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What are you exactly trying to say with those exact speeds, in both the shots?

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Lant

Those speeds are fine...

25 Mb/s = 25/8 MB/s = 3.125 MB/s

So that download is going faster than it should!

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master2k27
Those speeds are fine...

25 Mb/s = 25/8 MB/s = 3.125 MB/s

So that download is going faster than it should!

that's correct

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MazdawgRollin
Huh, I got a new sound card and it helped. >.> Got another 5mbs out of it.

He needs stickers. Stickers add speed, just ask the Honda racer guys.

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master2k27

yea i put big flames on my car that makes it go lambo speeds

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sammy2
What are you exactly trying to say with those exact speeds, in both the shots?

I'm saying my ISP is giving me good Download/upload speeds but browsing isn't the quickest.

I'm just surprise by the lack of tweaks for win7, not normal especially for a new OS.

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master2k27

that's browsers not windows , quickest is google chrome 4.0

windows 7 don't need to be tweaked its fine as it is.

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halcyoncmdr

Just because your ISP gives you a 25Mbps package doesn't mean the server you are connecting to will upload at 25Mbps to you personally. Whether downloading or just browsing. Browser also plays a role in browsing speeds, although small compared to other variables.

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sammy2
Just because your ISP gives you a 25Mbps package doesn't mean the server you are connecting to will upload at 25Mbps to you personally. Whether downloading or just browsing. Browser also plays a role in browsing speeds, although small compared to other variables.

Kool. I guess win7 will receive the lowest tweaks for a windows OS

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Diabolii

ive always found windows defaults has a better overall feel than those tweaking programs. Those programs also say that those settings can decrease ping and the cost of throughput, or vice versa. I think its safe to say that vista/win7 have their settings right.

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InterceptorX
He needs stickers. Stickers add speed, just ask the Honda racer guys.

Best post ever man! I lol'ed!

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Xilo

Use lynx if you want a FAST browser...

:rofl:

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S7un7

I think the OP is looking for registry tweaks like changing the TCP window size and MTU size. TCP optimizer did that for XP. Windows 7 has probably been pre 'optimized' though.

http://www.speedguide.net/downloads.php

Look around on that site. Just browsing I saw a few for Vista/Windows 7.

If that doesn't work, I would say to try Google Chrome...

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