manage ma internet bandwidth......

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    anilthomas26 New Member

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    hey guys........

    i wanted to know if there were any softwares using which i can monitor my internet bandwidth...that is....which program is connected to the net and stuff like that.......

    like....there will always be windows connected right ??.....and also there might be softwares updating...like my antivirus which updates itself......

    so maybe if there is a way of stopping them for the time being....maybe my download speeds will also increase.....

    plzz help me guys....
     
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    Firewall software lists program trying to access internet and gives you control over which programs are allowed and which are not. There are plenty of free and good firewall programs such as ZoneAlarm Personal and Kerio Personal Firewall. To keep count of internet usage, you can download bandwidth monitoring software such as Magitime...

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    Well apart from bandwidth Manager/Restricting Programs from accessing net.

    Windows reserver Awesome 20% of your total bandwidth for itself for updations and filling ears of microsoft. to dissable it go to RUN
    Type "GPEDIT.msc" and Press Enter

    Your Group Policy editor will get Open

    Here from the list of "Computer Configuration"
    First Click on "Administrative Templates"
    Then on "Network"
    Then on "QoS Packet Scheduler"

    Now On the Right Side You will See a Entry Saying "Limit Reservable Bandwidth"

    Double Click It

    Click On Enable Radio Button and Enter "0" in Bandwidth Limit

    Restart Your Computer To See Results.
     
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