Speed up Internet Connection
We suggest to create a backup of your registry files before performing following actions.
Speed up the download speed of Windows
Open Regedit in [Start> Run> regedit] and make the following changes:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesTcpipParameters] “EnablePMTUBHDetect” = dword: 00000001 “EnablePMTUDiscovery” = dword : 00000001 “SackOpts” = dword: 00000001 “Tcp1323Opts” = dword: 00000003 “TcpWindowSize” = dword: 0005ae4c “GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize” = dword: 00011a6c
Speed up your browser
Use this registery that acts on DNS and ensures that certain information is requested whenever you access the same site:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesDnscacheParameters] “CacheHashTableBucketSize” = dword: 00000001 “CacheHashTableSize” = dword: 00000180 “MaxCacheEntryTtlLimit “= dword: 0000fa00” MaxSOACacheEntryTtlLimit “= dword: 0000012d
Increase the speed
Windows XP “Professional” includes a component already known to users of Windows 2000, the “Quality of Service Packet Scheduler”: This feature is extremely comfortable in the company to monitor the bandwidth, network usage, the performance of hub / switch or router, and thus be able to improve performance by distributing the workload or slowing traffic in the event of excessive use.
In a domestic environment, this tool only slows down the performance: By default, “Quality of Service Packet Scheduler “reserves 20% of the bandwidth to buffer the overload of work: at home is difficult, if not impossible, to have an overload of the network, and then” Quality of Service Packet Scheduler “can then be removed, resulting in an improvement in the speed quantifiable around the 10%.
Proceed as follows:
Go to [Control Panel –> Network Connections. Right click on the connection you use and then click the top of the table network, select ‘QoS Packet Scheduler’ and click uninstall.