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Internet Accelerator


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#1 markfox

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Posted 30 January 2006 - 12:40 PM

I currently have a 2Mb broadband connection (supposedly). Each time I check the speed of the connection, I find that it is only 750 Kbps. I have been in touch with my ISP and they have told me that I will never always get a 2Mb connection (I dont think i've had a 2Mb connection yet!), because of Network Traffic. And there is not much they can do from their end. I am looking for an Internet Accelerator Tool. There are lots of free Shareware programs, but I just wanted to know if anyone is using one at the moment, and if so, which one. And are they any good. Thanks very much

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Posted 30 January 2006 - 03:41 PM

hi markfox,

looking for an Internet Accelerator Tool


theres no such thing. at the most there are some OS tweaks one can do, thats it

Each time I check the speed of the connection, I find that it is only 750 Kbps.


you should check your rates at different times of day and different servers to get a good average.


I currently have a 2Mb broadband connection


you should get close to that number, (isp's say speeds up to...)
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