How To Increase Internet Speed

Disable Bandwidth Reserves

Windows has the ability to reserve a portion of connection bandwidth for the use of some live applications. By default, it reserves 20 percent of the total bandwidth. You can disable this policy and witness the gain in the speed of your internet connection.

How to?
1. On your Windows Desktop screen, press Windows key + R to open Run box.

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2. Type ‘gpedit.msc’ in the run box, and hit Enter to open Local Group Policy Editor.

3. On the left pane of GP Editor, navigate to and select QoS Packet Scheduler, via following path,

4. Local Computer Policy\Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\QoS Packet Scheduler
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5. On the right pane, locate and select Limit reservable bandwidth entry.

6. Double click this entry to Edit it.
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7. In the new window, straightaway reduce the percentage of Bandwidth limit to”0“
Click Apply to confirm

8. Exit Local Group Policy Editor

Done :)

* Sometimes, it is not your internet connection with a slowdown activity but your system might need other improvements.

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