This is an article wherein you will perform a few steps to make internet 20% faster.
What's up everyone this is Jonathan. Today I am going to discuss on how you can make your internet faster in Windows 10, 8, 7, and XP.
NOTE: BE ADVISED THAT THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY TESTED IN A PRO (PROFESSIONAL) VERSION OF WINDOWS 10, 8, 7, and XP. IT WILL NOT BE APPLICABLE IN HOME EDITIONS OF WINDOWS BECAUSE OF THE ABSENCE OF GROUP POLICY EDITOR. WINDOWS ENTERPRISE EDITIONS ARE ALSO SUPPORTED TOGETHER WITH SERVER EDITIONS.
Since Microsoft first released Windows 10 in July 29, 2015 we have seen so many updates and builds from then on.
If you are a computer user that is savvy enough then you will find this article also applicable to other version of Windows such as Windows Vista, and Windows 8.1.
But not all editions are supported, basically all Home editions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 and 8.1 are not supported since the Group Policy Editor in these editions is none existent.
I have not tested these tips on all versions of Windows since I don't have the privilege and the capability to obtain such editions nor I have also the time to do so.
So here we go, buckle up then we will begin... this will be done in a jippy.
All you have to do is to point your mouse pointer on the START MENU (the 4 white rectangular at the bottom left of your screen if you are using Windows 10 and Windows 8 or the rounded icon with a windows logo on Windows 7 and Windows Vista) ...
Then RIGHT CLICK on it then select RUN (On Windows XP you just have to click start and then select Run), on the window that will appear type GPEDIT.MSC
then hit enter or click OK. A window named "Local Group Policy Editor" will appear.
Under "Local Computer Policy" click "Administrative Templates" then folders will appear at the right pane. Look for "Network" then double click it. Then folders will appear again.
Look for "QoS Packet Scheduler" then double click it again. Then another group of folders and some text looking files will appear.
Look for "Limit reservable bandwidth" then double click it. Then the Limit reservable bandwidth window will appear.
If you look at the left corner of the windows you will see 3 choices... "Not configured", "Enabled", and "Disabled".
Click "Enable" to activate it. Then look a little lower left you will see "Bandwidth limit (%). Just make it 0 (zero) then click Apply then OK.
That's it you made your internet faster.
This tip works because if it is not enabled Windows will automatically or by default is reserving 20% of your bandwidth so basically if it is not enabled you are only using 80% of the total bandwidth connection.
For a proof, if you are in doubt if it is actually working, read first the description in the right corner of the window.
So, to make your internet faster you just have to enable it then make the limit to 0 so that you can use 100% bandwidth connection.
That's it for now guys. Enjoy.
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