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Unread 05-02-2012, 10:11 PM   #1
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Post How to increase internet connection speed from kbps to Mbps

TCP Optimizer is a freeware software designed to optimize any internet connection speed from as low as 56kbps to 100+Mbps. Irrespective of your internet connection, be it dial-up or broadband, TCP optimizer can effectively optimize the speed of your internet connection. TCP optimizer accomplish this by tweaking your internet settings values in windows registry. The software require no installation and is completely free and safe to use.




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Re: How to increase internet connection speed from kbps to Mbps

Worth a try for very slow speed connections; won't have any effect on broadband connections and Windows 7.
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Re: How to increase internet connection speed from kbps to Mbps

TCP Optimizer does not do anything at all. It might help Web pages to load a litter faster but it does not increase downloads speed.

I have tested it with different configurations, with different ISP speeds.

It is all about the initial ISP speed you signed up for, and the performance of your machine, firewall, and Network adapter.

As Strider mentioned it is all about bandwidth also. If your ISP is allocating bandwidth for Business users you (residential users) will get the bottom of the pool in bandwidth. Wonder why your internet is a little slower during business hours? reason is the bandwidth is being allocated more to business users
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