How to Increase Internet Speed- follow the steps:
You know that they are a lot of factors to be considered when it comes to internet speed. There are basically internal and external factors. Apart from your connections like cable, modem, etc, you don’t have access to external factors. With this trick, you can boost the internet speed of your computer. Let’s get started.
1. Check your internet speed: Use a reliable speed test tool to measure your internet speed. This will help you determine if your internet connection is slow or if there’s an issue with your internet service provider (ISP).
2. Restart your modem and router: Sometimes, restarting your modem and router can help to boost your internet speed. Unplug both devices, wait for a few seconds, then plug them back in.
3. Update your software and hardware: Ensure that your computer or mobile device is running on the latest version of its operating system and that your router and modem are up to date.
4. Clear your cache: Clear your browser cache and delete temporary files. This can help improve your internet speed by freeing up memory.
5. Connect to a wired network: If possible, connect your device directly to your modem or router with an Ethernet cable. Wired connections tend to be faster and more reliable than wireless connections.
6. Disable unnecessary devices: Disconnect devices that aren’t being used, as these devices can hog your internet bandwidth.
7. Upgrade your internet plan: If you’re consistently experiencing slow internet speeds, consider upgrading your internet plan. Contact your ISP to see what options are available to you.
Keep in mind that internet speeds can vary depending on several factors, including the number of devices connected to your network, the type of content you’re accessing, and the time of day.
Step 1 – Open Command Prompt as administrator.
Step 2 – Type in this code netsh int tcp show global press the Enter key
Step 3 – Open notepad and paste the following codes then save the document anything you want but make sure it ends with .bat. Save it on the desktop.
cd netsh int tcp show global
netsh int tcp set global chimney=enabled
netsh int TCP set heuristics disabled
netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=ctcp
The above code will just change the TCP settings you see in the command prompt output. Remember to save with the .bat extension.
Step 4 – Run the file as an administrator and instantly you will see an increase in internet speed.
Step 5 – If you want to change these TCP settings to their default, paste the code below into notepad and save it with the .bat extension. Maybe something like reset.bat
netsh int tcp show global
netsh int tcp set global chimney=default
netsh int tcp set heuristics enabled
netsh int tcp set global congestionprovider=none
This will return the TCP settings on your computer back to default.