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    Hi to all!

    I have seen many posts saying that they are not getting max. speed of their connection or getting low speed.So here i give u the different tips u need to take to get good speed.

    Use Open DNS or Google DNS
    You should use Open DNS or Google DNS.Never use automatic DNS servers as they use the ISP DNS servers.like i am using BSNL Broadband.When i use Automatic DNS i get less speed but i get good speed when i use Open DNS.This is because ISP servers are unreliable.To change DNS Servers in Windows 7/Vista go to Control Panel>Network and Sharing Center>Change Adapter Settings>Local Area Connection>Properties>Internet Protocol Version 4>Properties>put dot in "Use the Following DNS Servers".Then use the Following DNS Servers:

    Open DNS
    Preferred DNS Server: 208.67.222.222
    Alternate DNS Server: 208.67.220.220

    Google DNS
    Preferred DNS Server: 8.8.8.8
    Alternate DNS Server: 8.8.4.4

    Use Download Manager
    Using Download Manager will improve your direct download speed.It downloads from multiple sources simultaneously.You get good speed because of this.There are free as well as paid download managers.The main advantageof using download manager is that you can Resume/Pause/Stop the downloads.
    Try:
    Free Download Manager(FDM): This Download Manager is free and is good too.I used this before.Download here

    Internet Download Manager(IDM): This is the one i am using right now.Great Download manager but is Paid.Get a free trial here

    Download Accelerator Plus(DAP): This one i used before.Gives u good speed.
    Its available free as well as Paid.Download here

    Keep you System Virus Free
    Virus may lower the speed of downloads.You should keep your system Virus Free.Below are some suggested antivirus programs.
    Avast 5 Free Antivirus:Avast 5 is a good antivirus solution.Update it and it will remove all viruses.Download here

    AVG 9.0 Free: This is not that good as AVG but AVG fans like it so download here

    Avira Antivir Personal: This is also a good free antivirus.Reviews are good.Download here

    (For Torrents)Try Port Forwarding
    Port Forwarding is an essential for getting max. speed.it always gives u better speeds.Port Forwarding is a way to get better number of seeds and peers.To Forward your Port go to PortForward.com - Port Forwarding Guides Listed by Manufacturer and Model and select your router and select your torrent client and follow the instructions.

    Line Quality
    Line Quality indirectly affects your speeds.if your SNR values and Line Attenuation are good then you get good speeds.If u have poor SNR Values and Line Attenuation then u face many disconnections and u also get less speed.to know more about SNR Values and Line Attenuation.

    (For Torrents)Always Download Healthy torrents
    Always u should download torrents with a good seeders to leechers ratio.Like a 50 seeders and 50 leechers torrent is better than 500 seeders and 5000 leechers.

    (For Torrents)Allow your Program through your Firewall
    Always when using torrents allow your torrent client through your firewall firewall.Never let Firewall Block it.

    Try TCP Optimizer
    TCP Optimizer from Speedguide.net is a great program.You should use it to increase your internet speed.
    Download TCP Optimizer here
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    Hope you like this guide on speeding up your internet speed.i will update when i get new tips to increase speed.
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    Whats up no replies??
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    This is brilliant.

    Simple, up to the point. Reps

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    Good thread.
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    @imrock
    Permit me to add a scheduler also to this thread.


    Rep +++ check 14 points added to your points.

    Unfortunately this thread cannot be counted as 10 threads !
    same 1 score like the cellphone catalog data threads !

    I have book marked this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
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    Permit me to add a scheduler also to this thread.
    BB Scheduler - BroadBand Scheduler

    Rep +++ check 14 points added to your points.

    Unfortunately this thread cannot be counted as 10 threads !
    same 1 score like the cellphone catalog data threads !

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    Very good post. Precise, informative and really helpful...
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    Good article. Some of my own observations:

    DNS: Contrary to popular belief, I get good speed from BSNL DNS. But sometimes it is bad also. So I keep switching between openDNS and auto-DNS on case to case basis.

    Download Managers: DMs do not increase your ISP speed. Many people wrongly believe so. What DMs do is optmize the download by using every ounce of the bandwidth available. This is done by opening splitting the download file in n parts and opening n (multiple) connections.

    Without DM, the download is a serial transfer job - from start to end and speed may be limited by the source server, ISP speed, network jam, etc.

    By using DMs, the parallel connections are opened. Several parts of the file are download simultaneously and joined back in proper sequence at the end. Thus a file is downloaded faster. The file is not sourced from multiple places but from the same place (URL).

    Rest is all very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Good article. Some of my own observations:

    DNS: Contrary to popular belief, I get good speed from BSNL DNS. But sometimes it is bad also. So I keep switching between openDNS and auto-DNS on case to case basis.

    Download Managers: DMs do not increase your ISP speed. Many people wrongly believe so. What DMs do is optmize the download by using every ounce of the bandwidth available. This is done by opening splitting the download file in n parts and opening n (multiple) connections.

    Without DM, the download is a serial transfer job - from start to end and speed may be limited by the source server, ISP speed, network jam, etc.

    By using DMs, the parallel connections are opened. Several parts of the file are download simultaneously and joined back in proper sequence at the end. Thus a file is downloaded faster. The file is not sourced from multiple places but from the same place (URL).

    Rest is all very good.
    thanks!
    And thank you for pointing out mistakes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by imrock View Post
    thanks!
    And thank you for pointing out mistakes!
    No. No. Those were not mistakes. Just some added clarifications. Your article is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    No. No. Those were not mistakes. Just some added clarifications. Your article is good.
    thanks!!
    And if u find any other way to speed up internet then plz post here.

    Infact if anyone gets any other useful tool for speeding up internet then plz post it here!
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    I have used utorrent turbo Accelerator and really worked for me but only some times. You can try it but best in fast connections not in slow connections ownload uTorrent Turbo Accelerator 1.5.8 - A great p2p add-on for high download speed. - Softpedia
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    Quote Originally Posted by gaggan4392 View Post
    I have used utorrent turbo Accelerator and really worked for me but only some times. You can try it but best in fast connections not in slow connections :Download uTorrent Turbo Accelerator 1.5.8 - A great p2p add-on for high download speed. - Softpedia
    These accelerators really cannot accelerate downloads. Many of them are malwares. Those, which are not malwares, might just edit the maximum number of half-open TCP connections (set to 10 by default in Windows XP). Some of them change it to a very high value that it might finally result in some problem. Setting it around some 50 or so might do good. If you are using Windows Vista SP2 or Windows 7, you don't need to search around for Connection patchers because this limit seems has been removed in these.
    Quote from Notable Changes in Windows Server 2008 SP2 and Windows Vista SP2:
    SP2 removes the limit of 10 half open outbound TCP connections. By default, SP2 has no limit on the number of half open outbound TCP connections.
    If you have speed problems with uTorrent, it is best to follow the official guide first: IF YOU HAVE SPEED ISSUES READ HERE FIRST - Forums - Torrent - The Lightweight and Efficient BitTorrent Client

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    great post tell me smething about port forwarding

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    Quote Originally Posted by amar32 View Post
    great post tell me smething about port forwarding
    Try this

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/broadb...ing-guide.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Several parts of the file are download simultaneously and joined back in proper sequence at the end
    Are the 'parts' of download file saved in the destination directory or some temporary folder before joining them together in proper sequence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vignesh View Post
    Are the 'parts' of download file saved in the destination directory or some temporary folder before joining them together in proper sequence?
    i guess they are temporary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vignesh View Post
    Are the 'parts' of download file saved in the destination directory or some temporary folder before joining them together in proper sequence?
    They Are Saved In A Temporary Folder And Joined In The Destination Folder.
    But U Can Also Save Them In Destination Folder But The Joining Part Take A Little Bit More Time

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    WTF you give id of portforward.com those cheats want $30? FOR WHAT? to get this port forward done? WHY NOT I BUY A NEW MODEM of different brand than this D-Link garbage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonu View Post
    WTF you give id of portforward.com those cheats want $30? FOR WHAT? to get this port forward done? WHY NOT I BUY A NEW MODEM of different brand than this D-Link garbage!
    no Man!!They don't ask for $$$.

    If u are in Bridge Mode then all ports are open!!
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    You can adjust MTU
    Linux Users Can Adjust it via adding mtu value to Network Configuration files(it varies for Redhat,Debian,Gentoo,Arch etc etc) situated at /etc/ directory.

    for Windows users,You have some MTU Adjustment executable available:
    PS:there are a lot of them.choose from google search lol!
    MTU Tool - Google Search

    Adjusting the MTU
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    1.Go to PortForward.com - Port Forwarding Guides Listed by Manufacturer and Model if you are in PPPOE(Always on internet mode)(User id and password stored in modem)do forward your ports by selecting a particular modem
    2.Always use open dns:208.67.222.222
    208.67.220.220
    3.Get your line checked by line man if you are experiencing "LINK FAILURE" or ""DISCONNECTION""

    Last,if you want more broadband speed,"PAY MORE" by upgrading your "CURRENT BROADBAND PLAN"

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    Thanks man...
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    Use a Firewall, very important.

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    firewall increases speed??? really??
    job takes the child away.

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    Hi! "imrock", this has been a great thread already, i have a question - Does this "TCP Optimizer" thing really helpful to make internet faster... If yes, then in what terms, need some views on it. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsandy View Post
    Does this "TCP Optimizer" thing really helpful to make internet faster... If yes, then in what terms, need some views on it. Thanks
    Windows XP(only SP2 and SP3) by default limits the maximum number of concurrent TCP connection to 10 connection per seconds.It was done to remove a security vulnerability exposed in SP1. TCP optimizer changes this setting to infinite number of connections. It also does certain tweaks which might/might not increase the page loading speeding to a small extent.
    Windows 7 doesn't require TCP optimizer as it is already set to the optimal values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsandy View Post
    Hi! "imrock", this has been a great thread already, i have a question - Does this "TCP Optimizer" thing really helpful to make internet faster... If yes, then in what terms, need some views on it. Thanks
    hi itssandy!!

    Yes TCP Optimizer helps u in getting better speeds.It depends on what increase u get.do not make the bar full or u will get even worse speed.
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    Superb post and very useful to a new poster like me thanks all of you my friends ..here is +rep

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    Does this help ? Any info on this anyone ?


    1. Once Run opens, type "GPedit.msc" in the box and press "Enter." This action will open another window titled "Group Policy."

    2. Click the plus sign beside the "Administrative Templates" folder, located under "Computer Configurations," to expand it. Once expanded, click the plus sign beside the "Network" folder to expand it as well. Click on folder labeled "QoS Packet Scheduler" to highlight it. This will bring up certain items in the right side of the window. Double click the item that says "Limit Reservable Bandwidth."

    3. This will bring up a window titled "Limit Reservable Bandwidth Properties." Check the "Enabled" box, and then change the "Bandwidth Limit %" to show zero.

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    Also, I'd like to know the Port Numbers are usually within what range for you guys on your computers ?


    Cheers !

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    nice share mate....

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    If it works for you OK. see this. MYTH or Reality.
    [Myth] XP reserves 20% of the bandwidth

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    upgraded to 900 ulf from 625 ul on nov 1st......and was waiting for the speed to change by itself....
    if its not for this thread ...i might have waited for eternity

    tears are the only thing missing for how i am feeling now
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    Thanks...bookmarked this thread and will try once I reach home

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    Nice thread...

    I am facing frequent disconnections as my

    SNR downstream is 6.35dB
    SNR upstream is 19.5dB

    and

    Line Attentuation downstream is 56.0 dB
    Line Attentuation upstream is 30.0 dB

    Already complained.... and waiting....
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    Quote Originally Posted by imrock View Post
    Hi to all!
    Use Open DNS or Google DNS
    You should use Open DNS or Google DNS.Never use automatic DNS servers as they use the ISP DNS servers.like i am using BSNL Broadband.
    Hey thanks for suggestion i just take Bsnl B'band 625/unlimited but i got only 25-30 Kb/s how can i do this in "Windows XP"
    Uvaissss

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    DNS cannot increase the speed of your connection, it in fact makes the page loading faster. In downloads, you will not get anything more than 32 KBps. Try this for changing DNS



    Simply select your connection, take properties, in TCP/IP properties, set these values. Google DNS is 8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4.

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    Changing your DNS to Open DNS (208.67.222.222, 208.67.220.220) or Google DNS (8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4).

    Now I haven't used XP in a while but as far as I remember its the same...

    Right clicking on ur broadband icon go to properties > ip 6 or 4 > preffered DNS and alternate DNS >put the values..

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    DNS cannot increase the speed of your
    Simply select your connection, take properties, in TCP/IP properties, set these values. Google DNS is 8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4.
    Quote Originally Posted by axel View Post
    Changing your DNS to Open DNS (208.67.222.222, 208.67.220.220) or Google DNS (8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4).
    to properties > ip 6 or 4 > preffered DNS and alternate DNS >put the values..

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    Nice thread, very easy to read & precise.

    but unfortunately i knew about this tweaks bfore.

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    sir
    it is not helping. i have used both open and google dns .
    plz suggest something else.

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    For increased speed do you expect others to read all the 46 posts and then sugggest something else to you ?
    Did you read all or only the posts about DNS changes ?
    2.
    In any post give following details:
    Modem/router /model/make/number.
    Your tariff plan and max speed .
    A speed test ( twice ) at say My Broadband Speed - Broadband Speed Tester
    Post the results.
    If possible post SNR/ATTN sync speed Rate and mod mode selected.

    Anyway try tcp/ip optimizer from speedguide.net
    and recheck speed at link given above.
    Feedback.
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    Default increase speed of internet connection

    model no adsl2+ cpe/iad an 1020-21 type 2 modem from bsnl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachin1 View Post
    model no adsl2+ cpe/iad an 1020-21 type 2 modem from bsnl.
    To give suggestions, we need more details like

    1. Your current plan

    2. Actual speed you are getting. Download any file from Microsoft and report the speed here. Please make sure that the unit is correct ( Kbps or KBps ).

    3. Use this link and check the speed twice. Post the result here.

    My Broadband Speed - Broadband Speed Tester

    4. Also post the SNR and Attenuation values from your modem menu page.
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    ]model no adsl2+ cpe/iad an 1020-21 type 2 modem /WIFI router
    Check signature link "teracom " for any details.
    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...tml#post283205

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    Default increase speed of internet connection

    i have home plan BB1000 in which downloading is 1 mbps & 450 free calls

    Today 13:58 55 kbps (6.88kB/s) 265 kbps (33.1kB/s) Share
    Today 12:54 22 kbps (2.75kB/s) 284 kbps (35.5kB/s) Share
    Today 12:47 325 kbps (40.6kB/s) 331 kbps (41.4kB/s)

    this is result of speed tester.

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    Default model no adsl2+ cpe/iad an 1020-21 type 2 modem from bsnl.

    home plan BB1000 in which downloading is 1 mbps & 450 free calls
    An 1020-21 type 2 modem/router.
    Post snr attn data.
    Check in usage portal whether you have exceed 15 GB limit .
    Presume you have a BSNL connection.

    Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.
    BB1000 is BBG Combo ULD 1000

    2 Mbps upto 15 GB, 256 Kbps beyond 15 GB
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    my plan is 1 mbps and 450calls

    i m pasting all the info

    Model Name AN1020-21
    Firmware Version 10.4.3.13
    Hardware Version Solos 4615 RD / Solos 461x CSP v1.0
    System Up time 00:25:03s

    Internet Connection
    DSL Status Connected
    Downstream Data Rate 224 kbps
    Upstream Data Rate 666 kbps
    DNS Primary 218.248.255.194
    DNS Secondary 218.248.255.162
    Max Att Downstream Rate 244 kbps
    Max Att Upstream Rate 736 kbps
    SNR (Downstream) 8.35 dB
    SNR (Upstream) 7.5 dB
    Line Attentuation(Downstream) 32.0 dB
    Line Attentuation(Upstream) 18.0 dB
    Connected Standard ADSL2+
    Gateway IP 0.0.0.0

    PVC Name WAN IP Address
    bridge_0_100
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    bridge_8_35
    -
    bridge_8_81
    -
    bridge_14_34
    -
    PPPoE
    117.212.69.33

    Wireless Settings
    Status Disable
    SSID BSNL_AP
    Channel 1
    Security WPA

    LAN Port
    Mac Address 00:25:5E:81:EA:A1
    IP Address 192.168.1.1
    DHCP server On
    Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

    Voice
    Status Enabled
    Registration status Failed
    Phone Numbers
    Channel 1 1234

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    Default Model Name AN1020-21 wifi router

    see this link and post as attachments. ( jpg preferred )
    http://www.indiabroadband.net/comput...tml#post315289
    Check your data usage and post summary data.

    Downstream Data Rate 224 kbps
    Upstream Data Rate 666 kbps
    seems wrongly typed.

    D/L 666 kbps U/L 224 Kbps ??
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    sir i have mtnl braodband with 512k plan it gives download speed only 50-60 kbps but my friend having same connection and plan have speed around 250kbps could u help me out about this..plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahulroyale View Post
    sir i have mtnl braodband with 512k plan it gives download speed only 50-60 kbps but my friend having same connection and plan have speed around 250kbps could u help me out about this..plz
    Are you confused between KBps and Kbps ?

    1 Byte (B) = 8 bits (b)

    512 Kbps = 512/8 = 64 KBps which is maximum speed for a 512 Kbps plan.

    If still in doubt, go to speedtest.net, perform two tests (with different servers) and post the result here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    Are you confused between KBps and Kbps ?

    1 Byte (B) = 8 bits (b)

    512 Kbps = 512/8 = 64 KBps which is maximum speed for a 512 Kbps plan.

    If still in doubt, go to speedtest.net, perform two tests (with different servers) and post the result here.
    sir u r right but i it is KBps but in same plan my friend is getting 250KBps speed how it is possible!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahulroyale View Post
    sir u r right but i it is KBps but in same plan my friend is getting 250KBps speed how it is possible!!
    May be he mentioned in Kbps. Or might have got lucky. Me too on UL 512 Kbps plan. Mine is the same. If using any illegal means, it will be very expensive if found out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    May be he mentioned in Kbps. Or might have got lucky. Me too on UL 512 Kbps plan. Mine is the same. If using any illegal means, it will be very expensive if found out.
    okk thanks for comments i will figure out what is matter behind 250KBps speed

    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    May be he mentioned in Kbps. Or might have got lucky. Me too on UL 512 Kbps plan. Mine is the same. If using any illegal means, it will be very expensive if found out.

    do ur browser also buffers when u watch videos on youtube!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahulroyale View Post
    do ur browser also buffers when u watch videos on youtube!!!
    Yes, a bit. I leave it for buffering for 2 minutes and then watch. Sometime even without buffering.

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