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    Internet slow in HP desktop system powered by Windows 7

    The network speed of my HP desktop system powered by Windows 7 appears to be dead slow. I am using a broadband connection and when I checked for the network speed it shows 100mbps. Then why is the network operating so slowly?



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    Luckyman Array
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    Re: Internet slow in HP desktop system powered by Windows 7

    hello friend,


    Speed up an Internet Connection :-

    1.Configure your browser so it won't display graphics,animations,sound,video or other multimedia content.

    2.Surf when Internet traffic is low,Heaviest traffic is usually on weekends and evenings.

    3.Use your cache effectively."Cache" refers to storage space where your recently visited web sites are saved.You may need to resize your cache allotment,or you may need to purge your cache periodically.Look through your browser's menus for items named Cache,Temporary Internet Files and so on.

    4.Upgrade your modem.56.6 kb/s modems are the fastest telephone modems available.

    5.Consult with your Internet Service Provider to ensure that your modem is configured correctly.

    6.Replace your telephone modem with a fast access connection such as wave,ISDN,DSL,satelite,a cable modem and so on...



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    supermaster Array
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    Re: Internet slow in HP desktop system powered by Windows 7

    Hello friend,
    This is very common problem,To maximize the available bandwidth
    1.choose your browser(firefox,chrome)
    2.keep clearing browser's cookies and cache after regular interval
    3.Windows reserve 20% bandwidth use it
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtIg1RG-lxw

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    kapil Array
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    Re: Internet slow in HP desktop system powered by Windows 7

    It is not a big problem.
    Every broadband connection show 100mbps speed .
    You should to be watch "sent" and "recevie" bytes. It show you right speed .
    If your "recevie byte" is low than "sent byte" that means your net speed is slow.
    And Its not HP desktop problem and not OS problem. It just a net problem. So Choose a high speed network for networking fast .

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    Bharadwaj Array
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    Re: Internet slow in HP desktop system powered by Windows 7

    Hello friend,

    Increase your net speed upto 20% by following the simple steps
    1) Click Start

    2) RUN: "gpedit.msc"

    3) Goto :> Local computer policy
    ---------> Computer configuration
    ---------> Administrative templates
    ---------> Network-> QOS packet Scheduler
    ---------> Limit Reservable Bandwidth

    4) Double Click on Limit Reservable Bandwidth

    5) Select Enable

    6) Change 20% to 0%

    7) Click Apply

    Now open Run
    Type cmd press enter
    In that type gpupdate/force
    Close.

    Now ypur internet speed will increase.

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    dave.sachin Array
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    Re: Internet slow in HP desktop system powered by Windows 7

    It's not either a destop or a OS responsible for slow connections . It must be related with your broadband connection or modem connection . Or maybe your updates for OS are automatically set on . If it is Then you can Stop it by going on control panel and then selecting the suitable option and then select the option for updates of your own choice .

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    Mantu Pandit Array
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    Re: Internet slow in HP desktop system powered by Windows 7

    Dear,
    There are many reason Behind the Slow net. It may be due to the Low Frequency of the Network, It may be due to the Operating system, It may be due to the Heaviest Network Traffics, Or may be due to other any Problems. If the Slow net problem arises due to the Traffic then you must use the net at the low traffic time. You must see the net speed by Received and the sent Item. If the they are Showing the Correct Data then it must be problem in your Operating System. So if you Boot your system then it must solve your Problem. Upgrade you modem Software. it will also solve your Problem.

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