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Thread: Optimization Porgrams WHICH is the BEST Any WHY??

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    Question Optimization Porgrams WHICH is the BEST Any WHY??

    The 3 Internet optimization tools for the average person like me that dont know how to manually tweak the settings,
    These I have tested so far and I have 250mp3 cable internet and i didnt really notice much on speedtest.net before or after running each one. Yes i reset the settings back to windows default before i optimized each time.
    Pro version IObit Internet Booster" Part of the advanced systemcare Suite



    Pro Version of Iolo System mechanic pro NETBOOSTER


    And the last one I used is FREE its called
    SG TCP Optimizer


    I Bet if someone combined all of the best settings in these 3 programs into 1 program is wouls be AMAZING!!!!!!!
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    If I knew how to program I would take the best of all the programs and combine it into one to make the best internet optimization software EVER!!
    have you used any of these if so which one? I always do a speedtest.net before and after each time i run an internet booster program

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    The SG TCP Optimizer is the original tweaking program, available way before all those others trying to mimic it. It may not have the prettiest interface, but it works well with all Windows variants since XP, it has individual recommendations for those OSes, and is being updated regularly. Of course I am biased.
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    im not worried about the interface im worried about which program goes in and Tweaks and optimizes every possible setting on my windows 10 64bit laptop to make it wayyy faster. I know there are more settings that can be tweaked i just am not smart enough to figure it out

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    i agree i like tcp optimizer the best i am just trying going through them with a fine tooth pick to see if i can find any differences thata would make it much faster!

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    Well, we cover the important setting that make a noticeable difference with the TCP Optimizer. We could always add 10 more, with the capability of improving your particular connection by 0.1% and a much bigger chance of messing it up.
    The Optimizer covers all the important tweaks, we've tested most other setting we're aware of extensively, and couldn't find a noticeable difference, especially difference that is consistent/sustainable over many users/connection types. Some of those other settings do represent a risk of messing up your connection if you are not sure exactly what they stand for and how they interact with each other though.

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    I understand everyone being biased as i agree SG tcp optimizer is the best at least answer this.
    If you could change/modify or add a feature or a setting let me know.
    Why does it stop at 100+ when most isps have 500mbps up to 2gbps.
    Lets hear some feedback! Nothing is perfect and can always use some fun educational input without anyone's feelings getting hurt

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    Quote Originally Posted by computerrepair View Post
    I understand everyone being biased as i agree SG tcp optimizer is the best at least answer this.
    If you could change/modify or add a feature or a setting let me know.
    Why does it stop at 100+ when most isps have 500mbps up to 2gbps.
    Lets hear some feedback! Nothing is perfect and can always use some fun educational input without anyone's feelings getting hurt
    I think that Connection Speed just changes the behaviour from TCP/IP Autotuninglevel.

    You can check it out yourself, Click Radiobutton -> Optimal

    56 - 384 kbps > disabled
    512 - 768 kbps > restricted
    1mbps - 100mbps > normal

    Maybe in earlier version it had more changes.

    I would add a Experimental Section inside of TCP Optimizer, just to change other Settings easier.
    Im still working on my Program, but it isnt easy when you never programmed before .

    Greetings St1cky

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    The speed slider would keep the same setting over 100+ Mbps, even if you are at 2GBps.


    St1cky is right, there are different settings that get affected by the speed slider, for Windows 10 it is only the autotuninglevel. For earlier variants, there are other settings, and the actual TcpWindowSize changes based on a formula, depending on your actual speed slider setting. So in essence, we'd change it if there is actual need for that, as in if it actually changes any setting. Otherwise it would be just giving users a slider that doesn't change anything.

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