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1. What is a "TCP Optimizer" ?

The SG TCP Optimizer is an "Internet Accelerator" which helps to dramatically boost your Internet speed. It optimizes Internet-related settings on your end of the connection (your PC), allowing for faster throughput.

The program works with any Internet connection, from dialup to leased lines. It is a completely free program that supports all current Windows versions, and it can improve Internet speed as much as 200% in some cases, at no additional cost to you. It is completely legal, and often recommended by ISPs as a tool to troubleshoot and optimize internet connections.

The SG TCP Optimizer works best for optimizing broadband Internet connections, however it will work for dial-up and LANs to a degree. Note that it is a program that optimizes your end of the connection, and you will still be dependent on the feed that your ISP provides.


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by Boneidle - 2009-08-27 10:41
Am I being a numpty? Where do I go to open the Optimizer to check the settings etc? I can't find it in Programs so where is it?
by Philip - 2009-08-27 10:59
The TCP Optimizer does not need to be "installed" at all, it is a simple executable file you can download directly to your desktop. To access it then you simply need to double-click the downloaded program.
by Rakesh - 2012-01-04 02:04
Is there any changes that we have to do when we run the program...If yes,tel me those settings please....
by yudhislona - 2015-02-14 13:44
works perfectly...
I set optimal in setting. reboot...and amazing
Thanks for nice tiny software.. :2thumb up
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