How to Boost Broadband Speed By Tweaking TCP Global Parameters in Windows

How to Boost Broadband Speed By Tweaking TCP Global Parameters in Windows

boost-broadband-speed-tweaking-tcp-global-parameters-windowsHow to Boost Broadband Speed By Tweaking TCP Global Parameters in Windows-: We all love super speed of Broadband Internet Though the broadband speed depends on various external factors and There are various methods to optimize the speed of Broadband connection like combining the two Internet connection , Switching to the fastest DNS etc. , In a countries like India where fast Internet Speed is still a Big Problem. In this Post We will Learn How to Boost Broadband Speed By Tweaking TCP Global Parameters in Windows.

How to Boost Broadband Speed By Tweaking TCP Global Parameters in Windows

STEP-:1

open CMD in administrator mode and type netsh int tcp show global and then press enter

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STEP-:2:

Now change the TCP parameters. Open notepad and type these commands save the file as Speedbooster.bat

cd\

netsh int tcp show global

netsh int tcp set global chimney=enabled

netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled

netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal

netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=ctcp

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STEP-:3

Run speedbooster.bat in administrator mode. You can notice 30-35% increase in the speed.

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To reset TCP global parameters to default values Type these in notepad

cd\

netsh int tcp show global

netsh int tcp set global chimney=default

netsh int tcp set heuristics enabled

netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=none

and save it as say Reset.bat to reset the TCP global parameters to their respective default values and Run it as an administrator.

Conclusion-In countries like India where slow internet is always a big issue for Internet lover,  increase of Internet speed by tweaking TCP IP global parameter is a good option in Windows. 

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