How to adjust my internet Bandwidth

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Hi Guyz,

Kindly please help me on how to CAP Bandwidth on my internet? Because I'm having problems with my 2 PC, it was shared internet connection and i used it only on the email. The other one is using video streaming and downloading. When i used my email it really takes time to send it even without attachment. I want to CAP my Bandwidth and i don't know how?

 

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Answered By 10 points N/A #114042

How to adjust my internet Bandwidth

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Hi Shawn,

 
Were having the same problem when i was having a 2 computer with only 1 connection, i also used email at that time and my partner where using it on the videostreaming or watching movies on the internet. During sending emails it really consumes a lot of time before i can send it even if without attachment. I search it on the internet for 1 week and now i can CAP bandwidth using this software. Try to download Shunra Nimbus it a is freeware, where it can manually adjust your bandwidth up to 384 kbps maximum depending on your usage.
 
If your requirement is just like an email then you can set it up to 128 kbps per pc, if its videostreaming you can set it up to 384 kbps this can be adjusted anytime you want but you should not let know your partner you install that program. The other solution is to buy a router which functions like a balancer. This router balances speed of your internet depending on the loading per PC. If you have a small network then i recommend a software that is capable to CAP bandwidth and that is Shunra Nimbus. 
 
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Tony Stevenson
Answered By 0 points N/A #114044

How to adjust my internet Bandwidth

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Hi,

Given below the best option that i could gave you as per your requirement,

Start " Run " and type Regedit and look for Hkey_local_machine>software>policies>windows and look for "Psched" then set the bandwidth to 0

Hope this will help you to solve your headache…….

 

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