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    Lightbulb TCP Optimizer version 3.0.8 released

    We've updated the SG TCP Optimizer!

    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 build 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 change log as well.

    3.0.8 versin changes:
    - Added NetworkThrottlingIndex gaming tweak to the Advanced tab
    - Changed "MaxUserPort" optimal value from 65535 to 65534.
    - minor internal improvements



    You can view legacy versions/updates and past issues with the program in the following threads:
    3.0.7 3.0.6 3.0.4 3.0.3 3.0.2 3.0/3.0.1
    2.0.3 2.0.2 final 2.0.2 RC2 2.0.2 RC1 2.0.2 beta
    2.0.1 2.0.0 final 2.0.0 beta


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    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 and MTU (General tab) are correctly recognized by 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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    I still do not understand why this is still being targeted to Win 7 users. Just my 2 cents.

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    The TCP Optimizer is targeted toward all Windows users, it includes a number of settings for tweaking Windows 7 as well.

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    When will there ever be a new guide for this program? The interface isn't even close to version 2.0, albeit the mouse over text is most helpful. Took me forever to notice it LOL

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    The program detects the OS and the interface differs depending on the available settings for your particular OS... We do have a tweaking article for Windows 7/Vista/2008 that explains most of the settings in detail, however, you're right that we need to update the documentation.

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    Question

    Hi all, thx for this update of this great tool!!
    With the last builds i used Optimal setting, but now i see a gamer option, im not a gamer, i never play, so: is optimal setting always the good setting or must i modifiy a thing in Custom??
    thx!

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    The "Optimal" settings are still best for most people.

    There are a couple of Gaming tweaks in the Advanced tab, and the "Optimal" settings already change one of them that we believe will benefit most users.
    The other gaming tweak (disabling nagling) is specific to some games, and we do not recommend changing it for normal internet use as it has some downsides. You can check the Windows 7 tweaking article for more information on each of those settings if you'd like.

    Thanks for the nice words about the program, we try.

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    OK, so i let it like that!! THX a lot!!

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    bravo philip.... continue with this job

    Another thing. Just below "networkthrottlingindex" value, is the "SystemResponsiveness" value which indicates the amount of cpu load that is being used for multimedia against network. Let's say that a value of 50 helps alot for game playing. test it and if u like it u can add it in nagle algorith session with no recommendation. Servers have a value of 100 i think.

    Another one. I think there is a little bug with ie connections. When u apply the settings the pop up "apply window" shows no change in those 2 values and the values are opposite between them. U change maxconnectionsperserver and shows the change for 1_0 servers setting. but the values are written with the right way in registry. is a monitor bug only. take a look at this.
    The tip here (i mean in the same path), is that u can tweak MSN and SKYPE with the value of 8, default is 6. They work better under value 8 when u use a video conference. Take a look at this also.
    Last edited by 100 010 00; 09-25-11 at 05:09 AM.
    There is no patch for stupidity

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    Question 3G/UMTS, Help and FAQ as PDF/CHM, Other Languages ???

    Hello,

    it's a really goog program, but i miss some features.

    i have a 3G/UMTS Modem (HUAWEI Mobile Connect - 3G PC UI Interface) from the
    German telecom to connect my computer via GSM/UMTS with the internet.
    But the "Huawai" Adapter is not listed in the "network adapter selection" of
    TCP Optimizer - is there no support for those GSM/UMTS modems ???

    Can you convert the online help/documentation and the FAQ of TCP-Optimizer
    to a PDF document and link to it (after downloading together with TCP-Optimizer)
    in the "help" menu of TCP-Optimizer - thus we can read the documentation
    offline ??

    Is it possible to get a language file of TCP-Optimizer to translate it to other
    languages like german ?


    Greetings from Germany

    Ralf

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    Great Tool! Thanks

    EDIT:
    Is there a discussion in the forums about this or just through the article located here: http://www.speedguide.net/articles/w.../p-4/#comments ???
    Last edited by PCgamer; 03-28-12 at 12:06 PM.

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    Will there be an update of this program that will work with Windows 8?

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    It is good to use TCP optimizer for security purpose i have used it. Hope this will also add positive value regarding security purpose.

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    Doesnt work for me on a new clean install of Win7 64bit all patched up. All drivers are WHQL tested.


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    I also do not understand why this is still being targeted to Win 7 users. Just my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaisinCain View Post
    I still do not understand why this is still being targeted to Win 7 users. Just my 2 cents.
    Why? I still have Win7 64 bit. It's probably the last upgrade I'll ever do, I'm getting tired of PC's and upgrades. I'm not tired of modding though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fashionever View Post
    I also do not understand why this is still being targeted to Win 7 users. Just my 2 cents.
    your message is now very old, it should be talking about win 8 ... :/

    How about ACTUALLY reading the OP??? it is targeted (YOUR word, not SG!! ) "all Windows OSes from Windows 9x to the latest Windows 7" and that will change soon to 8....

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    bug:
    tcpdelackticks its not detected..its says default when the value on 0

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    Hi philip.... its an old patch but as i can see, u have not include it in the tcp optimizer but it works fine. it goes with nonbesteffortlimit and is about for the limit of outstanding packets.

    "MaxOutstandingSends"=dword:00000000
    There is no patch for stupidity

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    AFAIK, the MaxOutstandingSends is a QoS Packet Scheduler-specific setting. If it is not configured in the registry (or disabled), it does not limit the number of outstanding packets. If you specify a number, it then limits the number of outstanding packets, the scheduler postpones all submissions to network adapters until the number gets below this limit. In other words, if the setting is not in the registry (default), it is not limiting the number of outstanding packets.

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