Internet Speed

  [DELETED] 20:41 18 Sep 2003

When I'm conneting to the Internet, speed is always sets to 52 k with my 56 k. When I'm downloading a proggrams- my normal transfer rate is doing down minute-to-minute, from 20 k to 1. But... When I'm downloading files from a RealOne dowload manager is appears, and a transfer rate is 56 k. So, how can I set RealOne dowload manager as my default downloader, and speed-up my modem speed from 52 to 56k?

  [DELETED] 20:45 18 Sep 2003

if you are getting 52kbs on a 56kbs modem then you are very lucky, my advice is dont tamper with it.

  [DELETED] 20:46 18 Sep 2003

I think you have your values mixed up.

First of all RealOne Downloader is probably indicating that you have a 56k connection. Not all connections (if any) run at full 56 k. 52k is pretty good in fact.

Use a Download Manager (NOT Accelerator - no such thing) like Fresh Download (click here) to allow you to download whilst not surfing.

Also i seem to remember the 5 kps downloading was about right for 56 k modem.

  [DELETED] 20:55 18 Sep 2003

Jester2K II, Fresh Devises not avaiable now, do u no another 1?

  [DELETED] 20:56 18 Sep 2003

Sorry - click here

  [DELETED] 20:57 18 Sep 2003

You can also try Cybertweak - it might work (it might not) click here

  [DELETED] 21:14 18 Sep 2003

I just downloaded FreshDownloader (coz it says it can speed-up downloading up to 4 times-sounds GREAT,). Thanks Jester2K II (change your name)joke:-)

  [DELETED] 21:19 18 Sep 2003

coz it says it can speed-up downloading up to 4 times-sounds GREAT - pffffff. It'll help a bit by breaking up the download but you still cant break any speed barriers...

Jester2K II (change your name) - WHY?

  [DELETED] 21:29 18 Sep 2003

It was a joke Jester2K II :-D
About NAME.

  [DELETED] 21:32 18 Sep 2003


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