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ADSL Optimisation and Tuning

Have you ever wondered why your Internet connection slows down? Current ADSL broadband packages give download speeds from 2 Mbit/s to over 50 Mbit/s, meaning that you should always get quick downloads and smooth video playback. However, there are many things that can degrade your performance and slow down the connection. The solution is to test your ADSL connection to check whether Windows has been optimally configured for your particular Internet package. For quicker data transfer you can use free tools to speed up the transfer of data packets. And, if you transfer large amounts of data or play games online, then Fastpath is an economical way of optimising your connection speed. In this article, I’ll show you how to optimally configure your PC’s connection, and show you which tools you need to measure performance increase.

Category: Uncategorized
Issue: 2012 Issue 6 August/September
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7
Article Reference: A800

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