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Thread: TCP Optimizer version 3.0.4 released (improved international Windows support)

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    Exclamation TCP Optimizer version 3.0.4 released (improved international Windows support)

    We've released TCP Optimizer version 3.0.4 today, improving the support for internationalized versions of Windows 7/Vista/2008. As with all 3.x versions the software supports all Windows OSes from Windows 9x to the latest Windows 7 release in both x86 and x64 variants.

    This version 3.0.4 is now the latest stable release.

    It can be downloaded from the same location as previous releases:



    Please post bug reports, comments and feedback about the release in this thread.

    For any personal questions, help with tuning your connection, please start a new thread with your current settings and enough information so we can help you.

    The online documentation is not yet updated with all new settings, but available here: TCP Optimizer Documentation
    The documentation includes a changelog as well.

    Changes:
    - improved international Windows support. Program should now read netsh settings correctly for many languages.
    - minor internal improvements

    You can view previous updates and past issues with the program in the following threads:
    version 3.0.3
    version 3.0.2
    version 3.0/3.0.1
    version 2.0.3
    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


    Feedback:
    Please post any constructive feedback and bug reports in this thread. We'd especially like to know if you're running an international version of Windows whether the current netsh settings (General tab) are correctly recognized by the program with the new version.



    Note: Any posts asking questions about how to tweak your internet connection using the Optimizer should be posted in a separate thread, and will be deleted or moved from this thread.
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    WinXP (32-bit) SP3 EN
    (SP Update 5 Sep 2010)

    Read Current Settings > OK
    Apply Optimal Settings > OK
    Apply Customs Settings > OK
    BDP Calc > OK
    MTU/Latency Test > OK
    Registry Editor > OKPreferences > OK
    Backup/Restore Settings > OK
    Import/Export Settings > OK
    Copy Current Settings OK
    Reset TCP/IP > OK
    Reset Winsock > OK
    All link @ Help > OK
    Logo Link > OK

    Perfect

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    thank you everything is working now but MTU still isnt changing its value from 0 to 1500
    but well done

    its just visual and i think its hard to fix if everyone has it in his own language

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    Great! apparently now everything works perfect..
    (Win7pro-64bits Spanish version) THX.

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    TCP Oprimiser is being detected as a malware

    Hello,

    I downloaded the latest version for my Win7 64bit and optimised the internet speed.

    Later, when I scanned the computer with System Protector, it detected this new program as a malware.adrenalin.a and in addition, their malware center has a dedicated page explaining characteristics of this malware, the file properties, behavior and registry properties. TCP optimiser figures out clearly in their explanation process.

    I scanned the TCP optimiser.exe with McAfee, Avast, Malwarebytes and Bitdefender and all turned negative.

    Please advice.

    Kunder

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    Scanned with KIS 2011 = Clean

    Uploaded to Virustotal = Clean
    http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/...b11-1284060540

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    Yeah I can assure anyone here that the TCP Optimizer (if downloaded here) and any other trusted site that Speedguide deems fit is clean and works great.

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    I still have the same problem with 3.0.4. It severely limits my download speed.

    Speedtest.net test using :
    3.0.4 Optimized settings : 0.44 Mbps
    2.0.3 Optimized settings : 3.54 Mbps

    It's a 4mbit adsl connection.

    I'm currently using Windows 2003 Enterprise SP2 - English version.

    I also see the same problem on other PC's using Windows XP SP3 - Danish and English versions.

    I do not see the problem on Windows 7.

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    Try the settings akabari said ,or try blanking them one by one to which one is causing the promblem.

    Odd you shouldn't notice the same dip in speeds using the old vs new
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    For German Windows 7 x64 (W-lan adapter) it works perfect.
    For the first time I am satisfied optimizing my broadband connection.
    Thanks!

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    We've released version 3.0.5, fixing a Windows XP/2k issue when choosing to modify "all network adapters" with two advanced settings being set incorrectly as reported here: http://forums.speedguide.net/showthread.php?t=273037


    This thread is now closed, please post any feedback and bug reports to the new Optimizer 3.0.5 thread here:

    http://forums.speedguide.net/showthread.php?t=273090

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