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How to increase your BitTorrent Speeds

although it doesn't really do much of a difference for me because it all depends on how many seeders/leechers are uploading, but here's how it works:

- an internet connection, must be high speed of course...
- Windows XP Professional or Windows 2003

**note** this trick will increase your bandwidth usage, if your Internet Service Provider (ISP) limits your bandwidth, I suggest that you don't do this trick...
This part will increase your bandwidth usage by 20% meaning, you will get a faster internet speed (or your full speed...).

1.press start
2.press run
3.type gpedit.msc
4.on the right hand side, press computer configuration
5.press administrative templates
6.press network
7.press QoS Packet Scheduler
8.press Limit reservable bandwidth
9.now..you will see it being set default as "not configured". You will now press "enable". Change the value from 20% to 0%. Pressing "disable" will result nothing.
10. press apply

now, a huge amount of people have been complaining over these past years that Windows XP Service Pack 2 has slowed their internet down. Service Pack 2 limits only 10 simultaneously incomplete outbound TCP connections, Service Pack 1 on the other hand, allows about 16777214 connections (or somewhere near there). The reason why Microsoft has limited to 10 connections only is to "prevent" worms/viruses from infecting your computer faster, this will therefore slow down your downloading speeds as well.

1.go download http://www.lvllord.de/download.php?url=en/EvID4226Patch223d-en.zip
2.if you have a crappy antivirus like Norton, or McAfee or AVG, changing it to 50 should be enough....
if you have good antivirus like NOD32, then you can freely change to 16777214 (that's what im using right now...)
3.If Windows pops up asking you to insert a Windows XP SP2 CD, press ignore.

although this won't have a significant improvement, but it's just changing the limits. And use uTorrent.

If you're thinking why you can't download using BitTorrent even if you have high speed, it's because your ISP is throttling your internet connection. I suggest you using uTorrent, and then on options---->preferences----->Bittorrent---->under protocol enryption, enable that, and you should see a higher speed than you have before...

**USE THIS OPTION ONLY IF YOU SEE SPEEDS OF 100kb/s DROPPING DOWN TO A MERE 5-10KB/S INSTANTLY**
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