Increase your browser page transfer speed
Loading webpages is something you want to do fast. There are many popular webbrowsers out there that all have a different type of handling with webpages. The two webbrowsers with the biggest market share, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer can be tweaked for speed. Your webpages will now load up to 4 times faster! It's easy and the changes are made within a few minutes. After that, you'll save lots of time browsing on The Internet.
To speed up your browser, follow the next steps for your browser.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Go to "Start" and click on "Run"
- Enter "regedit" and hit "Ok" and now the Registry Editor will open
- Expand "HKEY_CURRENT_USER"
- Expand Software, Microsoft, Windows, Current Version
- Click on Internet Settings
- MaxConnectionPer1_0Server and MaxConnectionPerServer indicates the maximum number of connections per page
- Double click on one of these registries to change it. Set the radio button to DECIMAL and increase the values from default to a higher value, for example 10. Do the same with the other registry.
- Start Firefox and type: about:config in the address bar and hit "Enter".
- Type: network.http.pipe in the Filter search bar on top.
- Double click on the network.http.pipelining string to change its value to true.
If you use a proxy, set network.http.proxy.pipelining to true as well.
- Double click on the network.http.pipelining.maxrequests string to change its interger value to 35.
- Right click anywhere on the Configuration screen and select "New" and then "Boolean".
- Enter browser.turbo.enabled as the new Boolean name and click "Ok". Now set the value of the Boolean to true.
*NOTE*: Additionally you can also install the Fasterfox Plugin. This plugin helps you to tweak and speed up Firefox too.
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