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HandHeld HandHeld is offline
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Default Xp Home - Speed up your internet connection - 08-01-2009, 02:11 AM

I just ran TCPOptimizer from :: TCP Optimizer / Downloads
My wireless speed before optimizing was 7000. Now it is 13500. (Using )
I'm using the Xp Home SP3 that came installed on my Mini 9.
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Default 08-01-2009, 02:28 AM

Very cool! Definitely improved mine some!



Nice tip
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Default 08-01-2009, 09:18 PM

I have it too....but didn't run it yet...not sure how to configure it...any help would be appreciated....

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Default 08-01-2009, 09:59 PM

Originally Posted by deb22 View Post
I have it too....but didn't run it yet...not sure how to configure it...any help would be appreciated....
Have to agree, the documentation isn't the greatest...

In a nutshell, from the General Settings tab, you slide the slider to the optimum top speed your connection is rated for... for example my DSL rated max is 6000 (6.00mb/s).

Then click the 'optimal settings' radio button, apply and reboot.

Update: In my case, this program made NO difference whatsoever. I'm still getting a max download speed of 5.15mb/s, which is about the best I can expect from a 6.00mb/s connection. This has been confirmed from three different PC's sharing the same connection.

Recommendation: run the speedtest on first (be sure and pick the same city each time for the test), then install this program, then run again. Most likely, you won't see any change, but you never know.
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