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33. Are changes from the TCP Optimizer permanent ?

The changes from the TCP Optimizer are semi-permanent. They'll survive reboots, however they may be affected by installing a Windows Service pack, or updating your Network Card drivers, for example.

You can always revert changes from the program's "File > Restore Windows Defaults" or "Restore backed up settings" menus. In some extreme cases where you have problems with Internet connectivity, the program allows for resetting TCP/IP and Winsock from the "File" menu as well.

  User Reviews/Comments:
by anonymous - 2015-03-29 20:02
my TCP/IP manual settings constantly revert to WIn 7 Pro x64 defaults ruining my RDP LAN connection speed to my XP Pro client.
How can I make these changes permanent ( there have been no driver/Windosw updates to cause this)
by anonymous - 2018-04-09 05:05
same here. after three to five reboots latency is dropping back to an average of around 10000 microseconds. maybe somebody has a solution? i am using the Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller. thanks
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