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Ritesh Warke On Monday, October 10, 2011
Here are some Tips for increasing your Internet connection speed in computer..
Web browsers can slow down for a number of reasons, from memory leaks to bloated cache and buggy add-ons.


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1. Check whether the other computers in your house are on and connected to the internet. Turn off those that aren’t in use. By doing this, you’ll eliminate the competition for bandwidth on your connection and give the computer that you’re using more of that speed.

2. Find an efficient browser. Not all browsers are created equal. Test different ones and figure out which works the best for you. Firefox, Opera, and Chrome are some of the best and fastest browsers available.

3. Observe basic computer maintenance. When the computer itself is slow, how fast your internet connection is doesn’t matter. Everything will be slow on a slow computer. Regular maintenance, like registry repair, disk cleanup and defrag will improve your computer’s performance.

4. If you’re visiting websites where graphics don’t really matter, try switching to text-only. While text-only browsing won’t help if you’re using a website that relies on video, it will speed up your connection with general browsing and save you a lot of loading time.

5. Prevent piggybacking on your connection. If you’re using a wireless connection, be sure that you’re not unwittingly sharing it with your entire neighborhood. The more computers using your wireless connection, the slower it’s going to be. If you don’t have a good password set up on your connection, create one. A password should have at least eight characters and a mixture of letters and numbers to be secure.

6. When not actively using a program, shut it down. Having a lot of background tasks running can slow your connection down significantly. There may be more programs running than you realize because many will automatically start and connect to the internet as soon as you log onto your computer. You can configure most applications to not start by themselves or to ask permission before initiating internet connection.

7. Check your computer for spyware and malware. If your connection speed has slowed suddenly for no reason you can figure out, you may have some malicious software. Malware and spyware often connect to the internet to send information back to the developer.

8. Caching can be useful and save you some time in a lot of situations, but it can also give you some problems. With over 100 million websites on the internet and at least several megabytes of information on each one, your computer’s cache is holding a lot. Try clearing your cache every once in a while and your speed may increase.



3 Special Tips


1. Set your homepage to blank

Do you always like to go to the same Web page when you launch your browser? If yes, then skip this tip. But if not, then it’s best to set your homepage to blank, as it will make your browser open a lot quicker. To change your homepage to blank, simply go to your browser’s Tools or Settings menu, find the entry that refers to homepage, and set your homepage to blank.

2. Delete temporary Internet files

Every time you visit a website, your browser saves images and other info and stores it in the cache. In theory, this is great because it speeds up opening the website the next time you visit it. Unfortunately, there is a downside to it as well – the more files get stored in the cache, the more bloated it becomes. As a result, your browser needs more time to open and your hard drive becomes cluttered. Moreover, deleting temporary Internet files will help you protect your privacy.
To clear the cache in Internet Explorer, go to Tools – Delete Browsing History. Click Delete All, then click Close. You’re done.
Firefox users need to go to Tools – Clear Private Data. Don’t forget to check the checkboxes for the things you want cleaned up, like Cache, Cookies, Search History, etc. Then click Clear Private Data Now.

3. Use pipelining

Firefox users are in luck, because their browser has a way to boost page loading time. Pipelining lets Firefox send multiple request to a single socket without having to wait for the corresponding responses, which makes all the difference.
To enable pipelining, do the following:
Open Firefox and type about:config into the address bar and hit Enter
Find network.http.pipelining, set it to True to enable pipelining
Check that network.http.proxy.pipelining is set to True
Double-click network.http.pipelining.maxrequests and set the number of requests to 8



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2 comments:

Oneeye aa said...

Thanks for sharing.... i used the Tips to increase the speed of the Internet ...It's really worked ....Before using the Tips my internet speed was slow...Now it's fast...I checked the Speed of the internet at here www.scanmyspeed.com

Ritesh Warke said...

you are always wellcome here :)

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