Tweak Your Internet for Fast Browsing Speed and Faster Ping

After a little break, I am finally back with a tweak that may help you to increase your Internet Browsing Speed. For understanding this tweak, you have to have a basic knowledge of the words that are generally used in networking like Ping, Jitter etc.

    You also should be familiar with the Registry editing as well as you should also know using Windows Batch Files. Because this tweak is all about editing Registry & tweaking the internet using a .bat(Windows Batch File).

So, here is a brief knowledge about the words mentioned above:

Ping: This measurement tells how long it takes a “packet” of data to travel from your computer to a server on the Internet and back. Whenever you experience delayed responses in Internet applications – this would be due to a higher than desired ping. Similar to packet loss, lower is better when it comes to ping. A result below 100 ms should be expected from any decent broadband connection.


Jitter: Once you understand ping, jitter should also make sense. Jitter is merely the variance in measuring successive ping tests. Zero jitter means the results were exactly the same every time, and anything above zero is the amount by which they varied. Like the other quality measurements, a lower jitter value is better. And while some jitter should be expected over the Internet, having it be a small fraction of the ping result is ideal.

And here are some words related to your computer:

Registry: The Windows Registry is a hierarchical database that stores configuration settings and options on Microsoft Windows operating systems. It contains settings for low-level operating system components as well as the applications running on the platform: the kernel, device drivers, services, SAM, user interface and third party applications all make use of the registry. The registry also provides a means to access counters for profiling system performance.

Batch File: In DOS, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows, a batch file is a text file containing a series of commands intended to be executed by the command interpreter. Similar to job control language and other systems on mainframe and minicomputer systems, batch files were added to ease the work required for certain regular tasks by allowing the user to set up a batch script to automate many commands.

    So now, after understanding this knowledge, I shall make you know that by tweaking Registry and applying some TCP/IP commands via Batch file, you can tweak your internet connection easily.

Tweaking the Registry and writing the long command lines are very annoying and time consuming. So, to reduce the time consumption, I have created the two files, which will automatically change the required settings. Here are the Download links for the files.

After downloading these files, first run the Network.reg file. It will prompt a warning window, select “yes”.
Then Right click on the file “Network Tweaked.bat” and select “Run As Administrator”.
After doing this, restart your computer and see the difference.

You can check your internet speed and ping on
Before applying this tweak, back up your registry to prevent any loss.
This is a knowledge based article. is not responsible for any loss occurs.