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are there any reg tweaks to speed up the bandwidth

speed up the internet?

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is there any registry tweaks for speeding the internet on my pc?




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ISP controls that, not some reg entries
you can eventually search for patched tcpip.sys that gives you more open ports, but this is mostly good only for p2p dl speed


Edited by vinifera, 10 November 2013 - 05:30 PM.

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You could try this...

http://www.speedguid...t/downloads.php

Do a little light reading here -

http://www.speedguid...cpoptimizer.php

 

As was stated, your ISP will limit you no matter how much you optimize.


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well thank you submix8c



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