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Internet speed up connection using cmd?

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i googled each of the commands

nothing will harm your PC

it just seems like minor tweaks to the way networking is handled by windows, people say they dont notice any improvement

 

all the commands are reversible (aka you can set them back to default) so if you want to try it there should be no risk

but i doubt it will make any difference to the connection

yeah... no.

thats not a thing that will work

you pay for what you pay for

you can't get faster internet speed without the ISP specifically giving it to you.

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Your computer can do nothing about internet speeds (unless if you have something like a virus)

Your speed is controlled by their servers and your modem but mainly their servers.

It's not a race to the bottom.

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i googled each of the commands

nothing will harm your PC

it just seems like minor tweaks to the way networking is handled by windows, people say they dont notice any improvement

 

all the commands are reversible (aka you can set them back to default) so if you want to try it there should be no risk

but i doubt it will make any difference to the connection

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