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#Best CMD Tricks to Boost Your Internet Speed 2017

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CMD Tricks to Boost Your Internet Speed Using CMD (Command Prompt)

Today i'm going to present a blog over “How to boost your internet speed”. As we all are aware with the vast use of Internet in today’s life. But what happens when your internet speed is very low? Yes, I too well know how much I feel aggressive when my internet speed is as lower as 2G. So in order to resolve the problem of Internet speed, I am going to give you a trick to increase internet speed on Windows (7,8,8.1) by using a command prompt. So have a look on complete guide discussed below to proceed.

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How to Boost Internet Speed Using Command Prompt 2016
The method is quite simple and easy and you just need to use some commands that will boost up your internet speed to some extent. So follow up some simple steps below.

Commands to Execute To Speed Up Internet Using Command Prompt:

First of all in your windows PC click on Start and Type “cmd” in Search program and files box (right click and select Run as Administrator). Now command prompt will appear and in command prompt go to root directly “C:\” by typing “cd C:\“.

Make Your Internet Connection 4G Using Command Prompt

Now you need to execute the below commands to speed up internet in your PC.

#1 Checking the Internet Speed Using Default Gateway Ping
First of all you will need to check the internet speed from the default gateway that your PC had currently connected to and for that firstly you need to find the default gateway address and then checking the connection speed at that IP address.
-> First of all find the default gateway by entering the command ipconfig /all in the command prompt. And there note down the default gateway address.
-> Now you need to ping the connection on default gateway and for that enter the command ping -t <your default gateway address>.
And with this you will see the time periods of the packet thats acknowledgement is received and lesser the time period more is the internet speed. Now our target will be to minimize this time period.
#2 Releasing The Allocated IPs
When your device has connected to the internet connection the IP address are allocated to the devices and the speed got limits to that IP connection and you can release that and can renew it by entering the command:
ipconfig /renew.
#3 Flushing The DNS

In most of the operating systems and DNS clients will automatically cache IP addresses and other DNS results and this is done in order to speed up subsequent requests to the same hostname. Sometimes bad results will be cached and therefore need to be cleared from the cache in order for you to communicate with the host correctly which can lead up the slow connection, so better to flush all these DNS. In Windows OS in cmd you need to enter the below command to flush the DNS.: ipconfig/flushdns

#4 Using netsh Interface TCP command

There are two types of commands that you need to enter in your command prompt to boost up your internet speed.

“netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=disable“.
 “netsh interface tcp set heuristics disabled”

After entering these commands, you can check your default gateway speed to and also the change in the internet speed that will be quite easily visible to you.

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