Speed Up your Internet and Network Connection
Your Internet Speed is just as important as your overall computer speed. We spend most of our computing sessions online today. Even if you have the fastest computer on the planet, it's not going to make a difference if your Internet is slow. Considering our reliance on the web today, fast loading pages are a must.
What causes slow Internet speed? There are numerous factors affecting your connection speed.
The bandwidth your ISP is giving you, the current Internet congestion factor, the server load on the web site you're accessing, your local computer networks settings, your web browser settings, and other variables including spyware which can attach itself to your Internet processes.
Obviously, you don't have control over all of the factors. However, adjusting the settings on your computer can have a significant impact on your speed.
Improve your Internet Connection Speed and Buffering
Our Internet tweaks and tips can help you get things normal again while your online. Of course, if you're not up to manually tweaking for hours, we highly recommend an Internet optimizer that will do the most comprehensive Internet optimization possible. It will speedup your Internet beyond anything that can be gained by tweaking. Plus you can roll-back changes and even fine-tune manually.
Find out how to troubleshoot and repair Internet problems that may be preventing you from having the fastest Internet speed. We also discuss how to get faster Internet browsing by removing the unnecessary add-ons and extensions that build onto your computer (sometimes secretly) over time.
Your Internet modem is the hardware that drives your online connection. Try to tweak it to perfection with these modem tweaks. We offer tweaks for high-speed cable modems as well as the older and much slower, by today's standards, dialup.
Solve web video buffering and stuttering. With today's high definition videos, it's becoming more and more difficult to play videos without stutter. Continual video pauses can be reduced significantly with the right settings or by optimizing your PC and Internet.
This is a registry tweak for the old Internet Explorer browser by Microsoft - which has recently been replaced by the new Microsoft Edge browser. however, studying it may also help you find a fix to video streaming problems within your current browser.
Tweaking networking items (enable or disable) within your Local Area Connection Properties can have a significant impact on your Internet performance. We'll describe each connection property item in complete detail so you can disable or uninstall the networking items that are causing slow Internet speed.
Your browser cache simply refers to the files (html, graphics, etc.) from web sites that are saved on your computer. These saved files allow for faster access in follow up visits to that particular web site. We'll teach you how to clear and tweak your web browser cache for optimal performance.
Many Web Browsers have advanced web accelerator add-ons and built-in routines to help Web users increase productivity while online. You'll learn how to use these accelerator tweaks for all of the major web browsers.
Sometimes, out of no where, your web browser will start slowing down for no reason that you can think of. Well, something may have gotten corrupted - especially in your browser profile folder. We'll give you tips on how to proceed with clearing up most browser problems with a clean install while maintaining most of your personal settings such as bookmarks and add-ons.
All types of Internet connections can slow down for what appears to be no apparent reason. Just a few of the causes include misconfiguring your Internet settings through manual tweaking or by simply installing new software that changes things without your knowledge.
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