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    Just want to mention my gratitude for the "Optimizer!"

    Just amazing! This is seriously good stuff. W10 x64 with SSD! wired, went from 223.6 to 264.4. Wireless on $150 laptop W10, went from 21.98 to 59.20! Thank you TCP! Again, just amazing work!

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    Thanks for the testimonial, glad it is working that well for you, that's what keeps us going!
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    Alternative Expressions of Gratitude!

    Here's a thought: While SG certainly appreciates a warm "thank you" for the optimizer an alternative way to say "thanks" might be to sign up for a Premium Membership or perhaps a small donation (if you haven't done so already) to help keep the site up and running.

    I too found the SG optimizer a real blessing last August (2018) when I upgraded from AT&T's Uverse DSL to their gigabit fiber. At first, I couldn't get any speed test results over 600 Mbps - needless to say, I was in a bit of a panic. The tolerance for speeds that do not hit the advertised numbers with AT&T is 10%. So theoretically AT&T should have been able to help me get to at least 900Mbps but no way. AT&T's tech support was useless.

    So I did my own research here at SG. After reinstalling my Killer adapter's drivers and running the SG optimize download speed jumped to an average of 923 Mbps and a maximum downstream of 988 Mbps. My max upstream test was 1,070 Mbps.

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    Glad it worked that well for you, thanks for sharing !
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