As many of you have noticed, browsing and download speed web are quite slow with Windows Vista. Today’s tip perhaps will help you to increase the browsing and download speed in Windows Vista.
There are two ways you can do to increase your internet speed.
If you want to try this out, follow the steps below for the first method:
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click on Tools
and then select Internet Options
3. Click on Advanced
4. From the settings
, scroll all the way to the bottom.
5. Check the box of Use SSL 2.0
(Secure Sockets Layer) and uncheck the box of Use TLS 1.0 (Transport Layer Security).
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Continue with following steps for the second method (This method might not work well):
By default, the TCP autotuning
is enabled in Windows Vista. Many websites do not respond well with this feature. So these sites are loaded slowly.
To disable TCP autotuning
1. Firstly open the Run
option from the Start
2. Type cmd
in the box of Run option.
3. A command prompt will show up, type netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel= disabled
in it and then hit enter.
4. The TCP autotuning should be disabled now. Close the command prompt and restart your computer.
To restore or re-enable the TCP autotuning feature,
1. Type cmd
to the Run option and then type netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel= normal
in the command prompt. Press enter, close it and then restart your computer.
The TCP autotuning should be enabled now.