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How To Increase Your Internet speed with an easy trick !! for windows 7/8/vista

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Making  Windows use 100% of your network bandwidth can be done one of two ways. You can change a setting in Windows’ Group Policy Object Editor or you can make a simple registry tweak. Group Policy Object Editor is available in only some versions of Windows (Vista Business and higher and Windows 7 Pro and higher); the registry tweak works on all editions of Win XP, Vista, and Win7. As such, this guide describes how to remove the 20% reserve using the registry tweak.

The steps for windows OS that are as follows –

Making Windows use 100% of your network bandwidth can be done one of two ways. You can change a setting in Windows’ Group Policy Object Editor or you can make a simple registry tweak. Group Policy Object Editor is available in only some versions of Windows (Vista Business and higher and Windows 7 Pro and higher); the registry tweak works on all editions of Windows XP, Vista, and Win7. As such, this guide describes how to remove the 20% reserve using the registry tweak.

To remove the 20% bandwidth reserve in Windows, do the following:
1. Press Win + R on your keyboard, type regedit.exe in the Run box that pops up, and hit OK:
2. Once you hit OK the registry editor will open. Navigate to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Mic­rosoft\Windows folder:
3. Right-click on the Windowsfolder, go to New, click on Key, and  name the new folder that is created Psched:
4. Click (single left-click) on the new Psched folder you just created.  Right-click in the right-pane (the white space), go to New, click on  DWORD (32-bit) Value, and name the registry entry that was  created NonBestEffortLimit:
5. Right-click the NonBestEffortLimit key you just created and  select Modify:
6. At the window that pops up make sure the Value data is 0 and and  the base is Decimal: Take note instead of 0 you can put whatever  number you want. The number in the Value data box corresponds to  the percentage of your bandwidth you want to reserve for QoS  traffic. So, for example, if I wanted to keep the QoS traffic reserve  but wanted make the reserve 10% instead of 20%, I would enter 10  in the Value data box. Hit OK when ready.
7. Restart your computer.
8. Done.

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