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Why the default settings are not always the best ones?

Microsoft engineers try to make Windows network stack perform properly in a variety of different scenarios and networking environments. While home users with broadband and dial-up network connection are important to them, the most important are corporate users on a company LAN. And therefore Windows networking by default is optimized for that environment.

However, networking stack is a very complex Windows component with tens of different tunable parameters, and it’s possible to make it perform its best in virtually any scenario. TweakMASTER applies our knowledge in this field and makes your computer’s networking component a perfect match to your network connection.

Last updated by support on July 07, 2010 19:17