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Speedup your Bandwidth by 20%

 

By default, the QoS Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can claim it, by overriding the default value.

 

Please Follow the steps:

 

Remember this is for broad band connections/dial up running Windows XP (Pro).

 

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1) You should have administrative privilege.

 

2) Start - Run - type "gpedit.msc" without " "

 

3) expand "local computer policy"

 

4) expand "computer configuration"

 

5) expand "administrative templates"

 

6) expand "network"

 

7) select "QoS Packet Scheduler"

 

8) double click "limit reservable bandwidth"

 

9) on setting tab check the "enabled"

 

10) change "Bandwidth limit %" to 0

 

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reboot if prompted,

 

DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!! rolleyes.gif

 

P.S. If You Don't Follow These Directions Properly, it wont work.

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Speedup your Bandwidth by 20%

 

By default, the QoS Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can claim it, by overriding the default value.

 

P.S. If You Don't Follow These Directions Properly, it wont work.

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ujjal ji,

 

Qos Packet sheduler can sometime overwhelmingly disrupt the whole network. By the way, thank you for the guideline, I have just tried and it worked well. QoS doesn't mean much in the internet network as i think.

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I dont need to read all that story, in plain english QoS is (quality of service which is generated on multimedia traffic on the network that is useful for audio and video casting. This may cause disruption due to the heavy packet traffic. This causes the network bandwith bottleneck. (means traffic packet jam)

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