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6. How do I use the TCP Optimizer ?

The short version:

1. Select your advertised maximum internet speed from the "connection speed" slider bar. (the maximum available bandwidth, in kilobits per second, not your LAN speed).
2. Choose your Network Adapter, or check to "Modify All Network Adapters" (especially if using another type of connection).
3. Choose the "Optimal settings" radio-button near the bottom of the program.
4. Click "Apply changes", and reboot when prompted by the program.

The right way: Learn what all the settings mean by reading the documentation and our tweaking articles, ask questions in our forums and tweak the settings accordingly using The Optimizer in custom mode :)

Notes:
You may also want to read the TCP Optimizer online documentation.
Version 3 of the Optimizer adds Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 2008 Server support.
Version 4 adds Windows 8, 10, 2012 Server R2 support.
Help with custom TCP Optimizer settings can be found in the documentation, and you can ask specific questions on our forums.


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by anonymous - 2008-06-21 08:39
Sir, I downloaded the Optimizer from your recommended Mirror but when i tried to run it, i got an invalid signature warning. Would you please renew the publisher's signature? I wouldn't feel safe running it until that was done.
by shari mills - 2011-03-12 11:46
IT IMMEDIATELY INCREASED MY SPEED TO THE SPEED THE BROADBAND WAS PROMISING
SUPER EASY TO USE IF YOU LOOK AT THE FAQ SECTION
RIGHT ON !!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH
by sandy - 2012-02-12 09:46
how to use this tcp software i want to decrease my ping and increase my speed any one plz..... help meeeeeeeee...................
by rossel - 2012-09-15 23:46
Hallo everybody,
I have tried too use the TCP Optimisers, but every time this message comes out: "You should be logged in with an account with administrative privileges to be able to write to some of the Registry keys and use the program to its full potential".....so how do I log in with an account with administrative privileges, please anyone can help my ignorance? THANKS
by anonymous - 2012-09-18 09:00
first right click on your tcp optimizer icon then choose run as administrator .you are done
by Constellation92 - 2012-10-07 12:50
Sir advertised maximum internet speed of mine is 256Kbps suggest me the best Optimal Settings...
Waiting 4 ur replay
thankyou.
by anonymous - 2012-11-06 00:11
Where is the TCP Optimizer icon? Do you mean the link for download, like
"TCP Optimizer v3.0.8"? I could not find any valid graphic icon which shows the option as "run as administrator". It will be appreciated if you could provide more detail description.
by Philip - 2012-11-10 12:23
If you save the TCP Optimizer to your desktop, you can then right-click on its icon and run it as administrator.
by anonymous - 2012-11-16 13:50
settings for windows 7?
by anonymous - 2013-10-25 00:32
hello

wanna ask, how to determine the right speed on the slide bar?

thanks
by yuvraj - 2014-02-10 13:12
i made settings as given n rebooted,wen i again checked it,it again shows old setting in it,so i have to check settings everytime or have to do it once?i cant see any differnce,help me plz
by Sasmitha - 2014-03-04 04:54
To everyone whom are being asked for administrator privileges,just right click on the TCP Optimizer icon and Choose "Run As Administrator".
by flakyak - 2014-03-29 11:39
I used the quick settings in the TCP Optimizer on a Win XP machine and optimized for the fastest throughput recorded over the wifi from a different device. Results: speedtest results went from 6Mbps to 10-11 Mbps.
by anonymous - 2014-04-05 10:10
I understood everything, but when I click on The Reboot option, it doesn't reboots ! And when I do myself, then No changes are made ! Please Help !
by elmoteroloco - 2014-05-31 16:47
I owe u m8's, beautiful program, efficient & clean. ty
by anonymous - 2014-08-24 02:26
RIGHT CLICK AND TRY RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR
by anonymous - 2014-09-01 17:37
i experience the same problem. to the question reboot? i say yes but the machine wont reboot and the settings come back to default i. e. the software is NOT activated to boost he speed. anybody with the answer?. pls help thanx
by anonymous - 2015-02-05 12:40
Will it work on win 8.1?
by Abdulla Masud - 2015-05-01 17:44
Hi,

This program worked great for me at first but after doing a malware scan (which moved certain files to quarantine), my ping while playing went high. So I decided to use SG TCP optimizer again. This time it doesn't seem to work.

When prompted to reboot, I click "yes" but my computer will not reboot.
And when I manually reboot my PC, I get an error saying:
"The instruction at 0xa50f43c3 referenced memory at 0x00000000. The memory could not be read. Click on OK to terminate the program"

I can't even restore my backup settings.
Please help. Your help will be really appreciated.

Best Regards,
Abdulla Masud
by Philip - 2015-05-01 19:42
Please use our forums for personal support.

Abdulla, you most likely still have some type of malware remnants on your machine, try running MalwareBytes Antimalware, AdwCleaner, and a virus scan.
by anonymous - 2015-07-26 23:29
when i start largest MTU "Pinging [68.67.73.20] with 1500 bytes -> ..fragmented
Pinging [68.67.73.20] with 750 bytes ->Request Timed Out
The host you've chosen does not accept ICMP Pings, please chose a different one.
" willl appears


plz suggst me wht can i do
by anonymous - 2015-09-20 08:38
sir,
For me it has been rebooted but the settings are in their default state.
by MAOCUBO - 2016-04-17 20:38
hello

windows 10 it's reverting some of the values after running TCP optimizer at windows restar.

can someone help me stop the windows from reverting the values?
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