Optimize your Internet connection and boost performance by tweaking the Windows Registry
Last updated on 04/06/20
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The SG TCP Optimizer provides an intuitive interface for tuning and optimizing your Internet connection. The tool helps easily find the best MTU and RWIN values, test latency, and tweak all the significant broadband related registry parameters. The Optimizer supports tuning any Internet connection type, from Dialup, Cable, Satellite, and DSL to commercial-leased lines. It creates automatic backup of all parameters, for easy reversal of the changes as well.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 4.1.0
Changed the Windows 8/8.1 command for InitialRTO to netsh (PowerShell cmdlets don’t have sufficient permissions to change the value for the Internet template)
Updated Windows minor versions detection algorithm
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