Web Speed Accelerator

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  • Version: 1.03
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  • File Size: 51.69 KB
  • Date: Jul 02, 2008
  • Price: $19.95
  • License: Commercial
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    Web Accelerator
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Web Speed Accelerator - Surf the web Faster! Software increases web speed 350%. Easy to use software installs in 1 minute and speeds up internet settings with one click! No more broken downloads or long waits for web pages.

Surf the internet at astonishing speed! Software cleans memory and makes the pc run faster! Web download accelerator speeds up internet settings with simple to use features.

Speed download accelerator increases modem speed and high speed internet. Internet connection speed accelerator modifies all defaut windows standard internet settings including Max Transition, RWIN, packet Max Segments, Time to live, and packet detection.

Also maximizes simultaneous web connections of MTU, SACKS, and MSWC which standard setting is default, Web Speed Accelerator adjusts this setting to maximum performance level. Download accelerator adjusts all packet settings which dictate windows internet specifications.

These settings determine how data is handled, and speed of which data can be downloaded. Internet speed boost software speeds up internet and computer speed. Download speed accelerator now.

What settings does Web Speed Accelerator Adjust?
There are 7 main TCP settings in the windows operating system that determine how your computer receives data from the internet, how it processes that data, and what happens in the case the data was faulty. Accelerator 2000 will fix and adjust all of these settings to performance levels for you with a click of a button!
* RWIN ( Receive Window ):
* This setting determines how much data the receiving computer is about to receive.
* Too much RWIN will result in data loss, as the packets are lost or damaged. Too little RWIN will be very slow, because each packet will need to be verified that it was received before the next is sent. The "ideal" formula of the RWIN is to take your latency, multiply that by your speed, divide by 8, and add a buffer of 20% for slow data. Accelerator 2000 does this for you with one click.
* MTU ( Maximum Transmission Unit ):
* This is how big of a packet of data you can receive (dial-up modem & broadband). If the packet has a smaller MTU than the packets frame length, separation and fragmentation will occur. Accelerator 2000 will adjust your MTU for a nice fit.
* MSS ( Maximum Segment Size ):
* This defines the largest amount of TCP data that the Winsock is about to receive. This setting should be somewhere in the range of 40 less than the MTU for variance reasons (Windows calculates this automatically from the Maximum MTU number). Accelerator 2000 will automatically adjust your target MSS and then assign the performance value.
* Black Hole Detection:
* This setting will detect a black hole in the connection router when it's doing the MTU Path Discovery. Black Holes don't return ICMP Destination Unreachable messages when it needs to do a fragment on an IP DataGram with the Don't Fragment bit set. When this happens, TCP depends on these messages to perform the Path MTU Discovery. Accelerator 2000 will stop it.
* When this feature is enabled, the TCP will try to send a segment without the Don't Fragment bit set if several retransmissions of the segment go unacknowledged. If the segment gets acknowledged, the MSS is decreased and the Don't Fragment bit will be set in future packets. This is desired, because doing the Black Hole detection will increase the maximum number of retransmissions performed on a given segment. Accelerator 2000 does this for you.
* TTL ( Time To Live ):
* This is a number in a IP Data Packet that tells the router whether or not the packet has been in a network for too long, and should be discarded. Packets may not get delivered for many reasons to their destinations in a reasonable amount of time. A combination of faulty routing tables could cause packets to loop forever. Discarding the looping packet is a solution, then resending it. Initially, the TTL value is set in a 8 bit binary packet header. Originally, it was set in seconds, and when it became exhausted, the packet gets discarded. Each router is required to subtract one value off the TTL field, that means the amount of router hops the packet is allowed to do before it's discarded. Windows default is 32 hops, Accelerator 2000er will set this to 128 for maximum coverage.
* Selective Acknowledgements: ( SACKS )
* This improves the throughput in lines that lose packets, by retransmitting the lost packets at faster intervals, they reach their destination faster, with more precision. When you purchase Accelerator 2000, 1 click and this is all set.
* Maximize Simultaneous Web Connections ( MSWC )
* The maximum number of simultaneous connections your computer is allowed to handle.
* Optimizing this setting to just the right amount, will grant your computer the utmost best performance. Setting this at too many will result in a overload. Accelerator 2000 will adjust this value accordingly for you.

The license of this software is Commercial,

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