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Internet Bandwidth Usage

December 8th, 2016 (7)
Internet bandwidth usage refers to the amount of received and transmitted data by a specific user or computer across the internet. This is all the inbound and outbound traffic in a computer. Bandwidth is commonly referred to as network ...

How to Check Computer Speed

December 6th, 2016 (0)
If you have purchased a state of the art PC with a powerful processor, oodles of RAM and a high capacity hard disk, then you will certainly be interested in getting the best possible performance out of it. You ...

Bits, Bytes and Bandwidth Quick Conversions

November 17th, 2016 (0)
In the world of data communication, there is regular use of a specific kind of metric system to describe particular components and rates of computing actions. When dealing with the rate of data transfer, the bit is the base ...

How Do I Fix A Slow Computer?

November 12th, 2016 (2)
Is your 6-month old powerhouse PC showing telltale signs of aging already? Are you often experiencing system slowdown and sluggish response when running several processes at the same time? Do not ignore these signs. These apparently annoying signs may ...

Physical vs Software Speed Limitations

November 10th, 2016 (10)
Ports provide a vital interface between devices and personal computers but they sometimes have their setbacks that curtail their speed when transferring information between devices, especially on an internet connection. Speed limitations may also come about as a result ...

Latency, Bandwidth Delay Product & TCP Window

November 3rd, 2016 (0)
This article highlights on the TCP/IP factors and concepts on networking, which decides the most favorable TCP Receive Window. The factors are Bandwidth Delay Product, Latency and the TCP Window. TCP Window represents quantity of data that is outstanding, ...

How to increase PC Speed with Defragmentation

October 30th, 2016 (10)
Defragging is a utility program that is run through the system in order to better its performance speed and the end performance of the system. Defragging the computer should be done as a routine in order to enhance the ...

Speed up Windows 7 with ReadyBoost

October 8th, 2016 (0)
Did you ever use the ReadyBoost feature on Windows Vista? Remember how your otherwise sluggish rig with 512 MB RAM suddenly handled Vista a lot better, as soon as you plugged in that teensy-weensy little pen drive? ReadyBoost was ...

Is Windows Performance Monitoring Good or Evil?

October 5th, 2016 (11)
There are many performance counters in every version of Microsoft Windows that is based on the WinNT core (i.e., WinNT 4.0, Win 2000, XP and Vista). These counters continuously monitor system performance and deposit the findings in the Windows ...

TCP/IP Optimizer

September 12th, 2016 (0)
A TCP/IP optimizer is generally a program for optimizing the TCP/IP settings of a computer to ensure maximum performance. Though this is dependent on the operating system and the connections type there are usually a dozen settings located in ...