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  1. #1
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    optimize your internet speed

    ok i am going to list all the things i use

    ok the first way only works if you have firefox its an extension called fasterfox it really speeds things up
    Code:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/*26*
    ok the second way i am not aloud to post because it involves warez if you want to see it i posted it at my website at v*-zone.com but you have to sign up to be able to view it its in tutorials then hacking tutorials then optimize internet speed the application is called speedconnect it works quite well i recommend it

    ok now this way is the most work but at the same time still easy it does require firefox though and does about the same thing faster fox does except you can customize it to go as fast as you want

    ok this is how you do it:
    *. Open up a Firefox browser. 2. In the address bar, type "about:config" (without quote) [There are * kinds of "entries": string, boolean and integer.]
    [img]http://img**6.imageshack.us/img**6/**40/imagesrp4.jpg[/img]
    *. Look out for the following entry: network.http.pipelining 4. Set it equal to "true" (Just double clicking would do) [img]http://img**6.imageshack.us/img**6/8**5/images2uv4.jpg[/img]
    5. Find "network.http.pipelining.maxrequests" and set it equal to any integer more than *5
    [img]http://img*56.imageshack.us/img*56/440*/images2ec8.jpg[/img]
    6. Now look for "network.http.proxy.pipelining" and set it equal to true
    [img]http://img*56.imageshack.us/img*56/**5*/images2ne*.jpg[/img]
    7. Now right click on any entry and go to New=> Integer and type the following name (without quote) "nglayout.initialpaint.delay" and set it equal to 0
    [img]http://img*56.imageshack.us/img*56/***4/images2tx6.jpg[/img]
    And you are done! Note: Broadband users would benefit much more!

    thank me if you like it

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    sorry i didnt see tutorial section

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    No problem, too bad you can't post the actual images.

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by dipman44 View Post
    ok i am going to list all the things i use

    ok the first way only works if you have firefox its an extension called fasterfox it really speeds things up
    Code:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/*26*
    ok the second way i am not aloud to post because it involves warez if you want to see it i posted it at my website at v*-zone.com but you have to sign up to be able to view it its in tutorials then hacking tutorials then optimize internet speed the application is called speedconnect it works quite well i recommend it

    ok now this way is the most work but at the same time still easy it does require firefox though and does about the same thing faster fox does except you can customize it to go as fast as you want

    ok this is how you do it:
    *. Open up a Firefox browser. 2. In the address bar, type "about:config" (without quote) [There are * kinds of "entries": string, boolean and integer.]
    [img]http://img**6.imageshack.us/img**6/**40/imagesrp4.jpg[/img]
    *. Look out for the following entry: network.http.pipelining 4. Set it equal to "true" (Just double clicking would do) [img]http://img**6.imageshack.us/img**6/8**5/images2uv4.jpg[/img]
    5. Find "network.http.pipelining.maxrequests" and set it equal to any integer more than *5
    [img]http://img*56.imageshack.us/img*56/440*/images2ec8.jpg[/img]
    6. Now look for "network.http.proxy.pipelining" and set it equal to true
    [img]http://img*56.imageshack.us/img*56/**5*/images2ne*.jpg[/img]
    7. Now right click on any entry and go to New=> Integer and type the following name (without quote) "nglayout.initialpaint.delay" and set it equal to 0
    [img]http://img*56.imageshack.us/img*56/***4/images2tx6.jpg[/img]
    And you are done! Note: Broadband users would benefit much more!

    thank me if you like it
    Thanks..I tested the speed in the site [URL="http://www.ip-details.com/internet-speed-test/"]http://www.ip-details.com/internet-speed-test/[/URL] now i searched to optimize the internet speed finally i got your help..

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    The following Microsoft patch fixes a bug in Vtcp.*86. It should be installed on Windows *5, *8 or *8SE only. Windows ME already has this fix implemented.

    According to Microsoft, because of a math error, the Windows *x TCP/IP stack incorrectly computes a timer used to retransmit packets (based on round trip time to a server). When you are transmitting packets over high-speed/high-delay networks, such as any broadband Internet connection, this can result in unnecessary retransmissions and lower throughput... This fix helps reduce retransmission of packets, therefore improving the overall performance of the TCP/IP stack. While It achieves that, in some systems it might also reduce throughput a bit, since it increases the wait before a packet is retransmitted. If you decide to install this fix, backup, or rename Vtcp.*86, located in the \Windows\System directory, so you will have a way of going back to your original setting.
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    optimize your internet speed

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    We've added the optimal Registry settings for Cable Modems, DSL or any similar broadband Internet connection to the Registry patches below. Note that if you're using the TCP Optimizer program, there is no need to apply any of those registry patches, as they modify the same parameters. You should really experiment with different settings and add them manually or using our TCP Optimizer program above rather than applying generic patches, however we've added them for simplicity, ease of installation and the many requests. Please make sure you download the patch for your version of Windows, they are slightly different. If you'd rather try editing the Registry yourself, check the Registry Tweaks section of the site, or use our TCP Optimizer program.
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