Friday, March 30, 2012

How to Speed ​​up Internet Connection


  • Speed ​​up internet connection with gpedit. By default, Windows leaves 20% of the total bandwidth available to update the operating system and QoS. This makes us "only" use 80% of the total bandwidth available. Although Microsoft explained that the Limit Reservable Bandwidth does not interfere with real bandwidth, but each of us turn on the computer, then the bandwidth we will access microsoft update to search for patches or updates, which obviously suck our bandwidth. To eliminate the limit reservable bandwidth, then we can change it by:

Start -> Run -> type gpedit.msc -> Local Computer Policy -> Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> QOS Packet Scheduler -> Limit Reservable Bandwidth -> Select Disable.

  • Speed ​​up internet connection with DNS cache. DNS Cache is storing the history or cache of the site we've ever visited, so that when we open it back no longer download from the internet, but from our internal computer which would further speed up browsing. To enable the DNS Cache, then copy the following code in notepad and save the file with a name like free  dnscache.reg  then run:


  • Using a fast DNS. DNS is good and down is not able to determine the speed of your Internet connection. You can try some of the DNS that could be used. Choose the closest control of your site is one of the tricks to speed up the connection. Here are some lists that you can use DNS.
FREE Public DNS Servers
Google  DNS Servers

Public ScrubIt dns server

Dnsadvantage dns servers:

OpenDNS free dns servers:

DNS Server Telkom Speedy

Those are some tips and tricks to  speed up Internet connection  that you can try. Actually there are many  How to Speed ​​up Internet connection , such as using plugins or addons to the browser, use the ip proxy and so on. May be useful.