Microsoft Windows XP Internet Speed Tweaks

To speed up your Internet on Microsoft Windows XP Pro & Home Edition
you would have to make some changes to your Windows Registry
but thanks to
SpeedGuide.net we can now make the changes with this nice GIU App Called TCPOptimizer.exe
    CLICK HERE for The Guide on how to use TCPOptimizer.exe
   
CLICK HERE for The FAQ to TCPOptimizer.exe

When you use the TCPOptimizer Tool you will need to use the SpeedGuide Analyzer Web App

Remember that TCPOptimizer Only Works for Microsoft Windows XP Pro & Home Edition as well as Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95.
So Do Not Use It On Windows Vista 32/64 or Windows Server 2008!!!!!!!


Here is a Patch for the TCPIP.SYS File made by lvllord.de
You will need this Patch for the fact that The TCPIP.SYS File that Microsoft gives you sucks.
This Patch Only Works on Windows XP Pro & Home or Windows 2003 Server!!!!!
   
EvID4226Patch223d-en.zip  EventID 4226 Patcher Version 2.23d (english) 
    EvID4226Patch223d-de.zip  EventID 4226 Patcher Version 2.23d (german)

Now The Internet I have is fast,
I have Verizon Fios 35-MegaBits Download & a 35-MegaBits Upload.
The thing is when I got Verizon Fios Internet I was not getting my Full Upload Speed.
They gave me a registry file to fix it
Speed-Fix.reg
This Registry File made some of the same changes to the registry that the TCPOptimizer Tool does
Accept This One
Whats inside of the Speed-Fix.reg
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\AFD\Parameters]

“DefaultSendWindow”=dword:0001fe78
“DefaultReceiveWindow”=dword:000ff3c0

This was the one thing it did that no other speed tweak that I have seen did.
It really speeds up The Internet  in Windows.

This Reg Fix works on any other Internet Connection & only work on Windows XP Pro & Home Edition & Windows 2000.
The Speed-Fix.reg you see here has only the AFD\Parameters part in it so use that with the other tools you see in this post.


 

 If you are looking for some ways to Speed Up your Internet on Microsoft Windows Vista 32-Bit/64-Bit or Windows 2008 Server. 
Then go here
http://www.speedguide.net/downloads.php 
& look for

SG Vista TCP/IP Patch
Description: The SG Vista TCP/IP patch us a quick way to optimize Vista TCP/IP settings for broadband internet connections. It sets both netsh auto tunning levels and modifies the Windows Registry as recommended by our Vista Tweaks article. It is recommended to run the patch when logged in with administrative priviledges. The patch allows for reverting all settings to their respective Windows default values as well. Note you may have to right-click the link above and choose “Save Target As…” to save to your computer. To apply, save to your desktop and run as administrator (right-click -> run as administrator). Type Y when prompted to optimize parameters.
ONLY FOR Windows Vista 32/64, Server 2008.

or

sg_vista_tcpip_limit_patch.zip
Description: This registry patch changes the limit of half-open TCP connections to 500 (from the default 2-25). Note that this should only be needed pre-Service Pack 2, and a patched tcpip.sys version is necessary to utilize this tweak, as outlined in our Vista tcpip.sys connection limit article.
ONLY FOR Windows Vista 32-bit/64-bit.

NOTE THAT
I have never used The Patchs/Tweaks for Windows Vista & Windows 2008 Server.
Also as far as I know Windows 7 does not need Speed Tweaking but you may want to go over your Windows 7 Services and turn off anything that is not needed.