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Thread: ***56k Optimizers***

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    I was just wondering which one is the best. I currently have AOL 9.0 optimized(yah right optimized may ass) I use to use Internet Turbo 2003 which worked pretty good.

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    I dont think 56k optimizers would work, you suppose to be getting <7KB

    EDIT: But I suggest using TCP Optimizer from speedguide.net http://www.speedguide.net/downloads.php

    BACK UP YOUR CURRENT SYSTEM SETTINGS IF YOU ARE GOING TO USE THIS, in the program, go to file > backup current settings

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    like mike said, ur not gonna get faster than 7kB/s...there are no "internet boosters" all they do is store parts of a webpage to ur hdd and then when u go bac it loads faster b/c its on ur pc

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    rofl @ aol 9
    fo shizzel


    why do you pay, dial up is free

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    lol, yah juno and krackhead&#39;s guide...

    btw, did anyone see that snoop dogg AOL commerical?

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    Originally posted by muchspl2@24 December 2003 - 01:37
    fo shizzel

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    Internet turbo is damn pretty good optimizer.

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    It isn&#39;t your modem which speeds up by using a so called booster (TCP/IP Optimizer is really working. Get it.), but your Windows environment is being optimized for the connection you have (MTU values and so on).
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    Thanks for the replies I will try TCP Optimizer and tell u how it goes.

    **EDIT**
    One of the best 56k tweaking guides I&#39;ve seen yet. 56k Tweak Guide

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    Also add the following entry to your registry:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE&#092;SYSTEM&#092;CurrentControlSet&#092;Services&#092;AFD&#092;Parameters

    Add the parameter BufferMultiplier and give it a value of 400 hexidecimal which will make it 1024.
    I was wondering how I would add this to my reg. Its from the speedguide.net

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