Speed Up Your Internet by 20%

Introduction: Speed Up Your Internet by 20%

About: I am an enthusiastic person who does not follow reality, instead who creates reality. I am sharing some projects with amazing people across the Globe (Of course you people) and I hope you will like them.

Everybody wants to increase internet speed in their computer, mobile, tablets etc.In windows you can do it easily. Microsoft reserves 20% of your available bandwidth for their own purposes like Windows Updates and interrogating your PC etc.

You can block it and can speed up the internet up to 20%.

Step 1: Step-1

open RUN and type gpedit.msc.

Step 2: Step-2

1) It will open group policy editor.

2) Now go to Local Computer Policy.

3) Now select Administrative templates.

4) SELECT Network.

5) Now select QOS Packet Scheduler.

Step 3: Step-3

Now double click on Limit Reservable Bandwidth.

Step 4: Step-4

it's on not configured. so select Enable and set bandwidth to 0 %.

Now click ok and ENJOY increased internet speed.

Note: I am going to post an incredible instructable as soon as possible. So stay tuned and don't forget to follow.

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    5 Discussions

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    mrmetallica
    mrmetallica

    3 years ago

    tells me it cant find gpedit.msc.

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    prayag nao
    prayag nao

    Reply 3 years ago

    if you are not able to find it then just follow this step:

    Open Search panel with Windows Key+F hotkeys, choose Settings, input group policy in the search box and tap Edit group policy in the result

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    rfrawley84
    rfrawley84

    3 years ago

    I did a few speed test with both settings and received the same results, I would imagine it uses 20% of your bandwidth while doing background Windows updates and not blocking 20% of your overall bandwidth.

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    rfrawley84
    rfrawley84

    Reply 3 years ago

    I did leave the value at zero just in case though :)