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Internet Booster bandwidth setting


gcnyc

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Hi gcnyc!

 

I currently do not have a pro ASC license so I probably cannot adequately answer your question on this. My thoughts on this concerning your question is that you should choose the higher value (50). Otherwise the software will treat your system as 0 to 10 bandwidth. By selecting 50, you fall within the range of 10 to 50 bandwidth.

 

This is my speculation based on my previous experience with the Iobit programmers... that you let your machine operate to maximum within the parameters of their software as written, and not let their software limit or impede the performance of your machine. I suspect the 10 setting to mean dial-up, wireless broadband, and standard DSL, the 50 to mean high-speed DSL or cable broadband.

 

Hope this helps!

 

 

Sincerely,

-Mel

Live long and prosper.

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higher setting isn't better

 

I appreciate the common sense reply - that's what I thought, as well. But after setting the higher bandwidth, Firefox slowed to a crawl. Now that I chose the lower setting it's back to normal (but "optimizing" doesn't seem to have any benefit, actually).

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