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✅Internet Tricks Android 101 NOTE: If 4G/4G+/5G na ang connection mo at mabilis naman sa area mo while using your data or even with VPN app, then you don't need these tricks na. Trick No. 1- If 4G ang signal but very slow ang connection (if laging ganito) So I suggests na go to your Mobile Network/Sim Card Settings and change the Data Connection from 4G LTE to 3G/2G AutoConnect or H+. Why? Kasi kaya mabagal ang connection sa area mo is unstable ang 4G data jan so its better na change it to the said above settings. Promise it will Fasten ur Internet Connection (if ganito ang situation nyo) Trick No. 2 -Change your Access Point Name (APN) Why? Because minsan yung default APN ng Network mo ay hindi suitable sa area nyo kaya naman mas okay na palitan mo ito. If SUN user ka.. try this APN: www.smart.com.ph || If GLOBE user ka naman try this APN: internet.globe.com.ph || Pwede din yung ibang mga APN na nakikita mo around the internet. The Logic here is.. machange mo ung APN mo na suitable sa area mo and What is good in changing APN everyday? Mas maiiwasan mo ang Blocking ng Simcard 😊 Trick No. 3- Find a good internet signal spot in your area (best and easiest move to do) Dahil hindi lahat ng area ng bahay or office mo ay good internet spot kaya naman try mo lumipat lipat ng area kunsan mabilis at malakas ang signal. Trick No. 4- Try stopping your background running apps na hindi ginagamit (especially when u are a gamer) Why? Kasi nakakaapekto ang mga ito sa signal ng internet at bilis ng process ng PHONE mo dahil gumagamit din ito ng RAM na nagdudulot ng LAG sa internet usage mo. Trick No. 5- Turn on/off your AIRPLANE MODE once in a while. Why? It may help alot in terms of refreshing your data connection. Mahalaga itong last trick na ito kasi aside from restarting/rebooting your Mobile Phone, this is another better way para marefresh mo ang Data/Internet Connection ng Phone mo. For more UPDATES and QUESTIONS please follow my profile here at our forum. Thanks 😊
In the 21st century, it can be witnessed that each individual is always in a hurry. In every individual’s life, there are a number of tasks that need to be fulfilled and that is exactly why the swift pace is what we prefer. We tend to hold a similar need in case of the Internet speed as well. Many times, we face the problem of slow Internet speed that ends up heavily disrupting our activities and schedule at large and a question we ask ourself is how to increase broadband speed? Hence, in order to prevent the occurrence of this particular situation in our lives, it is essential for us to pay heed to the tips mentioned below, which are believed to assist us in lifting up the Internet speed of Windows altogether. How to Increase Internet Speed #1 Reservable Bandwidth First and foremost, you can begin with enabling the reservable bandwidth and following this by setting it to zero. If this is done, then your system will be in a position to reserve nothing, but the twenty percent default. In order to activate the same, you need to follow a certain prescribed process. Click on the “Start” button then click on the Run option (You can use shortcut “Windows button + R”) and type gpedit.msc . It’ll open a new window of the “Local Group Policy Editor”. Then go to –> Local Computer Policy –> Computer Configuration –> Administrative Templates –> Network –> QoS Packet Scheduler –> Limit Reservable Bandwidth. Click on Limit Reservable bandwidth. Then it’ll open a new window of “Limit reservable bandwidth”. You will see the “not configured” radio button is selected by default, by default, “the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection” so click on “enabled” radio button and in Options set Bandwidth limit (%) to 0. So from now, the system will reserve nothing, rather than the default 20%. #2 Using OpenDNS or Google Public DNS To increase Internet speed use any DNS service either OpenDNS or Google Public DNS. How to Increase Broadband Speed Using OpenDNS Apart from the aforementioned approach, you can also consider making use of OpenDNS in order to lift up the Internet Speed on Windows. The OpenDNS is known to offer complete protection as far as phishing attacks and botnet infections are concerned. Moreover, OpenDNS is known to ensure that the websites are easily accessible. However, the cherry on the cake still remains the fact that the OpenDNS is an experimental service and thus the chances of additional features being continually added to the same always remains bright. Click on Start Button then open Control Panel then go to –> View Network status or Network and Sharing Center –> Choose Your Network Connection –> Properties –> Check for Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) –> Click on Properties again –> Enter Open DNS preferred IP addresses (220.127.116.11 for the Preferred DNS Server box and 18.104.22.168 for the Alternate one.) –> Exit and go to your desktop. Open Run Windows (“Windows button + R” or open Run Window from Start Menu) Type ipconfig/flushdns in the black box that appears on the screen. The process of installing OpenDNS on your computer is now complete. Screenshots: 1. Windows 10 OR Windows 7: 2. Windows XP: Using Google Public DNS to Increase Internet Speed You can also make use of the Google Public DNS in order to make certain that the websites are loaded faster. This is possible because the Google Public DNS is known to approach the server that is closest to you whenever you go ahead with a web page request. Google Public DNS Setup – Windows 7 If you want to use Google Public DNS instead of OpenDNS then follow the same steps but use 22.214.171.124 for the Preferred DNS server field and 126.96.36.199 for the Alternate one. Again don’t forget to flush the DNS as shown in the above method. Conclusion: So, any of the two methods are available for you to boost your internet speed on Windows OS. Both solutions work fine and are tested and proved to be effective. A lightning speed may not be expected but a regular smooth internet connection speed can be achieved.
Hi mga bro naalala ko lang itong mga tricks na ito 🙂 kaya share ko na din sa inyo para sa mga computer users jan or gamers this is ideal tricks for you ito ung common na ginagawa ni WTFast 🙂 Nga pala im a former Microsoft Tier 2 Technical Support 🙂 so lahat ng info dito ay tried and tested at legitimate from a Tier 2 Technical Support 🙂 If Windows 10 kayo follow nyo lang ung steps for windows 7 "THIS IS NOT A TRICK OR ANYTHING, THIS ARE TWEAKS SO THIS IS WORKING AND NEVER EXPIRES" PLEASE STRICTLY FOLLOW THE STEPS, ALL STEPS ARE CLEAR, I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE ON ANYTHING THAT WILL HAPPEN TO YOUR COMPUTER DUE TO YOUR MISTAKE REGISTRY TWEAK 1. Windows XP (x64 and x86) and Windows 7 (same steps) Go to Start > Run > type in REGEDIT (capitalization not important) > then go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Tcpip\Parameters > right click anywhere in the left side of the window then select NEW DWORD (it is very important that you choose dword, even you are x64 user), then input the dword name, after the new registry entry is made, double click it and input the dword value.... 2. (this is a tweak from simply_mark of Mobilarian) Go to Start > Run > type in REGEDIT (capitalization not important) > then go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Tcpip\ServiceProvider > edit the registry entries as follows: all values must be changed to 1 on decimal and 00000001 on hexadecimal. TWEAK ON DEVICE MANAGER NOTE: this works on desktop, if you are using a laptop, go to your network adapter on your device manager then configure your networkadapter to highest possible settings. Go to desktop > My computer-(right click on) >properties > then go HARDWARE tab > Device manager > Now you see a window of Device manager > then go to Ports > Communication Port(double click on it and Open). After open u can see a Communication Port properties. Go the Port Setting > and now increase your "Bits per second" to 128000 and "Flow control" change to Hardware > click Apply and see the results. NOTE: no pic for windows 7 because i am using a laptop but it is also the same for windows 7 so don't worry. GPEDIT.MSC TWEAK NOTE: there are no gpedit.msc service on windows home editions and starter editions. WINDOWS XP TWEAK #1 1. click START > RUN > then type gpedit.msc 2. go to local computer policy > administrative templates > network > QOS PACKET SCHEDULER > double click LIMIT RESERVABLE BANDWIDTH (view the image provided), it will say it is not configured, but the truth is under the 'Explain' tab 3. click enable then set the value of bandwidth to "0" ZERO. TWEAK #2 1. click START > RUN > then type gpedit.msc 2. go to local computer policy > administrative templates > network > QOS PACKET SCHEDULER > background intelligent transfer service > double click MAXIMUM NETWORK BANDWIDTH THAT BITS USES (BITS - Binary Intelligent Transfer Service, BITS uses HTTP. BITS downloads files using the standard Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and requires Internet Information Server (IIS) to be running on the server that serves the files. HTTP packets pass more easily through firewalls, which makes BITS a good choice for getting files from the Internet.) 3. copy the settings from my screenshot. WINDOWS 7 TWEAK #1 1. click START > RUN > then type gpedit.msc 2. go to local computer policy > administrative templates > network > QOS PACKET SCHEDULER > double click LIMIT RESERVABLE BANDWIDTH (view the image provided) 3. click enable then set the value of bandwidth to "0" ZERO. TWEAK #2 1. click START > RUN > then type gpedit.msc 2. go to local computer policy > administrative templates > network > Background Intelligent Transfer Service > (view the image provided) 3. copy the settings from my screenshot.