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Optimize, boost, maintain and recovery Windows 7 - All-in-One Utility
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Database of WinTuning tweaks Internet Optimization Set bandwidth as x packets/millisecod

Set bandwidth as x packets/millisecod
Tweak description
Windows 7 throttles your network bandwidth when you are playing any multimedia file as an MP3 or a video. This was designed to ensure the CPU has enough free cycles available to play your media without skipping. The down side is that your network speed of file transfers will decrease on high speed network connections. By default when you are playing a multimedia file your network transfers are limited to 10 packets per millisecond. You may increase the value to improve the network performance. This tweak affects all users of this computer. Restart the computer to take effect.

Date of adding to the program
02.10.2010

Number of tweak is turned on
8805

Root key in Registry
1
Path to modified parameter in Registry
\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Multimedia\SystemProfile
Modified parameter
NetworkThrottlingIndex
Note
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All tweaks of "Internet Optimization"
      Internet connection optimization and speed-up
      Set bandwidth as x packets/millisecod
      Limit bandwidth with the QoS Packet Scheduler Service
      Enable the Network Adapter Onboard Processor
      Enable Half-Open TCP Connections Limit
      Hide computer from the Browser list
      Hide Entire Network in Network Neighborhood
      Prevent network auto-discovery
      Synchronize Internet time every
      Restrict access over anonymous connections
      Disable recent shares in Network Places


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