How to Limit Internet Speed

Posted on July 25, 2011. Filed under: airtel, cable network, hathway, internet speed, lan switches, network, routers, switch, you broadband |

The Internet speed of any given computer is controlled by the system’s bandwidth. This regulates the amount of information that passes from the Internet to the computer. Typically, a computer’s bandwidth keeps 20 percent of available bandwidth from being used. This is typically done because the computer may not be adequately designed with enough memory to run at full speed. Adjusting this bandwidth setting will allow a user to limit Internet speed even further.


* 1 Select “Start” and “Run.” Type in “gpedit.msc” and hit “Enter.” This will open up the Windows Group Policy page.

* 2 Select “Computer Configuration,” followed by “Administrative Templates,” “Network” and “QOS Package Scheduler.” A new display will appear on the right side of the screen.

* 3 Select “Limit Reservable Bandwidth.” This will bring up the bandwidth properties.

* 4 Select “Settings.” In the middle of the screen will be a bandwidth percentage limiter. It will most likely already be set at 20 percent. Increase this amount to a desirable setting and click “OK.”

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