Windows has implementet the RTO(Retransmission TimeOut) according to RFC 793.

An Example Retransmission Timeout Procedure

Measure the elapsed time between sending a data octet with a
particular sequence number and receiving an acknowledgment that
covers that sequence number (segments sent do not have to match
segments received). This measured elapsed time is the Round Trip
Time (RTT). Next compute a Smoothed Round Trip Time (SRTT) as:

SRTT = ( ALPHA * SRTT ) + ((1-ALPHA) * RTT)

and based on this, compute the retransmission timeout (RTO) as:

RTO = min[UBOUND,max[LBOUND,(BETA*SRTT)]]

where UBOUND is an upper bound on the timeout (e.g., 1 minute),
LBOUND is a lower bound on the timeout (e.g., 1 second), ALPHA is
a smoothing factor (e.g., .8 to .9), and BETA is a delay variance
factor (e.g., 1.3 to 2.0).
Anyone know if it is possible to chance the ALPHA and BETA values using in Windows IP implementation?