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How to shape (increase browsing speed) your internet traffic control and monitoring - while downloading



How to shape (increase browsing speed) your internet traffic control and monitoring - while downloading

When you download something from the Internet.The problem get notices when you tries to browse web pages while downloading files from internet.The browsing will get slow down or often occurs will not load the page. because the download manager or torrent downloader consume the largest part of your internet speed.

How to resolve this problem?

  • Browse and do any internet activity comfortably even when your download manager or torrent client downloads huge files from internet - just lower their network priority with NetBalancer. NetBalancer is an internet traffic control and monitoring tool designed for Windows XP/2003/Vista/Win7, both x86 and native x64.

1-Download and install NetBalancer

2. Open Netbalancer

3. it shows the list of processes that established the internet connection. To increase upload/download priority for eg. Google Chrome, right click on chrome.exe and chose 'High' under both Upload and Download.

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4. also if you want to reduce the bandwidth allocation to uTorrent. Right click on uTorrent.exe and chose “low” under both Upload and Download.

NetBalancer Free 5.1

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  • Set download limit in applications like internet download managers or µTorrent.

Another way you can shape the speed of the Internet from the same application.

µTorrent

IDM Speed limiter

The main difference between NetBalancer and other traffic shaping software is that NetBalancer works with priorities, so applications with low priority won't be limited if other high priority applications don't use the network.


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