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    Lightbulb TCP Optimizer version 2.0.3 released

    We've released an updated version of the TCP Optimizer 2, including some minor improvements and bug fixes as described in the documentation. This version 2.0.3 is now the latest stable release.

    It can be downloaded from here:



    Feel free to post any comments, feedback, or bug reports about the release in this thread.


    The online documentation is available here: TCP Optimizer Documentation
    List of updates and fixes can be found in Apendix A of the Documentation.
    You can view previous updates and past issues with the program in the following threads:
    version 2.0.2 final version 2.0.2 RC2 version 2.0.2 RC1 version 2.0.2 beta
    version 2.0.1 final
    version 2.0.0 final version 2 beta

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    Can I know my broadband downloading speed with this tool and connection speed also?

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    nope..go to speakeasy for that

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    Thanks for the new version, but think I will stay with your last version. My download speeds on Direcway's DW4000 is between 1500 and 2200 Kbps. Old saying if it works don't fix it. Yes your TCP optimizer does work.

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    I used the TCP Optimizer. Before use I was running at 30% of what I should have been on Road Runner.

    After running it I am @ 60% above.

    Took all of 10 minutes.

    Truly remarkable.

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    Thank you, I just launched the optimized settings and as far as I seen it tweaked a lot the previous settings. It's strange because I ran previously TweakMASTER. Why that?



    Regards,

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    How to use TCP/IP optimiser??

    Hi,

    I've got ADSL2+. The advertised speed is 24000Kpbs but my router only syncs at 9500. What speed shall I indicate to TCP/IP Optimiser?

    Cheers

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    thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by julius106
    Hi,

    I've got ADSL2+. The advertised speed is 24000Kpbs but my router only syncs at 9500. What speed shall I indicate to TCP/IP Optimiser?

    Cheers
    I'd use 10 Mbps (10,000 kbps).

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    Receiving this error when I try to install. Illegal instruction.

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    nightmare...

    Hi.

    I used the program and after rebooting couldn't connect to some sites.

    Only about 1/3 of my speed tests even worked at all. Most would lock up my browser (IE).

    Restored my backup from the software, uninstalled, rebooted, and now everything is fine.

    Be careful

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnaegele
    Hi.

    I used the program and after rebooting couldn't connect to some sites.

    Only about 1/3 of my speed tests even worked at all. Most would lock up my browser (IE).

    Restored my backup from the software, uninstalled, rebooted, and now everything is fine.

    Be careful

    Don
    No point in doing all of that and there is nothing to uninstall. Simply open the TCPOptimizer and select File - Restore Windows Default Settings.


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    well.

    Hi.

    That IS exactly what I did, a restore from within the TCP program. Then I uninstalled the thing since it only made things worse.

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnaegele
    Hi.

    That IS exactly what I did, a restore from within the TCP program. Then I uninstalled the thing since it only made things worse.

    Don

    The TCP Optimizer doesnt install, so you can only delete it. Theres no listing in add/remove programs to uninstall it.

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    oops

    Oops. I should have said 'deleted' from my hard drive the whole time. Sorry for my incorrect information.

    Don

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    Ran the TCP Optimizer on my nephew's computer, (it was his b-day party today) Windows 98 SE on a Pentium 3 @ 800 MHZ / 256 msgs of ram. Comcast Cable. Before, speakeasy speed test was showing a little bit over 2 megs down. After running the TCP Optimizer, over "4" Megs down. Awesome! Then people started coming up to me at the party and asked what I did for the speed increase.

    *insert TCP Optimizer and Speedguide plug here*
    "Where do I get that app from? What site is that?" people asked. "Speedguide.net" I said. "This is where I hang out.. you can learn a bunch of stuff about computers, go the the forums, become a member ECT.." I added.
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    Can I set higher connection speed ?

    Hi,

    I have run this program on my PC and I can't believe how my speed has increased dramatically.
    However my ISP announces connection speed 30 Mb (download : 30720 kbit/s IP and
    upload: 1024 kbit/s IP , I am on TV cable internet). Since the maximum connection speed that can be specified using this tool is 20 Mb, I can only use this maximum value or did I make mistake understanding the value?
    I wonder if my connection can go faster if the sliding menu can reach 30 Mb.
    I am happy already with this 20 Mb (it was shown on the speed test), however I wouldn't mind if it can go to 30 Mb

    Nice tool….. Thanks
    Last edited by phoenix173; 09-01-06 at 03:30 AM.

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    TCP Optimizer Settings

    I'm at a download speed of 3550kbps. Should I set the Tcp optimizer at 4000kbps or 3500?

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    You would set TCP Optimizer at 4000 Kbps since it seems like you are capped at 4Mbps.
    Computer specs:

    Dell Dimension 2350 with a 1.7Ghz Intel Celeron Proccesor, Windows XP Home Edition, 80 Gig hard drive, 768Mb of DDRAM PC2100, CDRW and cdrom. Cox.net at 4Mbps down and 512Kbps up.

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    Thanks for the info.

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