Are you wondering how you can make the best out of your internet connection? Or you’re stuck on a slow network and thinking of ways to make your connection faster? Most computer users are not aware that Windows registry limits connection bandwidth in some ways due to the default registry entries. This post explains how you can remove this bandwidth limit thereby making your internet connection much more faster.
-Go to Start and select Run.
- Type gpedit.msc and hit Enter
-Double-click Administrative Templates
-Double-click Network from the panel on the right
-Select QoS Packet Scheduler
-Double click Limit reservable bandwidth
-Select Enable and write 0 (zero) in the space.
That’s all the simple registry tweak you need to do to increase your internet connection speed. I Tried this on Windows XP but I haven’t yet confirmed it on Windows 7 or Vista but I think it should be the same.