Internet speeds increase all over the world. But it is quite possible that your Windows PC is facing the problem of the slow speed of the Internet. If you encounter this problem, it is possible that it is due to a misconfiguration of the router, a problem with the operating system or the intervention of another installed software. There are different things that a user can do to solve this problem and get faster Internet speeds.
Fixed slow internet speed on a Windows 10 computer
You can use the following methods to resolve the slow Internet speed and make it faster:
- Configure bandwidth allocation with the help of the Group Policy Editor.
- Configure the router.
- Reset the automatic tuning level of Windows.
- Check the third party software intervention.
- Update, restore, or reinstall the drivers.
1) Configure the bandwidth allocation with the help of the Group Policy Editor.
Open the Group Policy Editor and navigate to:
Administrative Templates> Network> QoS Packet Scheduler.
Select the policy setting for Limit the bookable bandwidth.
The radio button must be configured to be On.
For percentage of Bandwidth Limit (%) put it to 100%
To select Apply so what D & #39; AGREEMENT.
Restart your computer and your internet speed should be normal.
2) Configure the router
Your Internet speed may be limited by your router itself.
Speed limiters are installed in the router's configuration pages to regulate the Internet speed between connected devices.
You can try to disable these limitations from your router's control panel and see if this resolves your problem after rebooting your router.
3) Reset the automatic adjustment level of Windows
Windows Auto Tuning helps installed programs receive TCP data over the network. But sometimes, this use can cause a general slowdown of the internet on your computer. However, we can interrupt this feature and increase our speed.
This is dangerous as it can hinder the responsiveness and usability of your applications.
Open the Windows command prompt with administrator-level rights and run the following command:
netsh interface tcp show global
You will now see a list of TCP global settings and their status.
Run this command to disable Windows automatic tuning level:
netsh interface tcp show global autotuninglevel=disabled
Restart your computer to increase your Internet speed.
4) Check a third party software intervention
You can check if any software is running in the background and block your bandwidth.
You can check if in the task manager and in some cases you can stop the download or force the closing of the software with the help of the task manager.
Start in a clean boot state and see if that improves the speed of the Internet.
5) Update, restore or reinstall your drivers
The drivers listed in the section of Network Adapters in Device Manager can be a cause of this particular problem. You can try to reinstall network drivers from your motherboard. If you have recently updated these drivers, cancel these drivers and check. If you have not done so, we suggest you update these drivers.
I hope something helps you.
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