The amount of software on the average computer that wants to access the internet for updates or because it requires internet access to function is growing all the time.
Unless you have a super fast internet connection, when you have something that requires a lot of bandwidth, it will often slow other things down that are also using the internet. For instance, downloading files through a web browser and playing an online game at the same time could limit the game’s performance and make it nearly unplayable with high pings because the browser is hogging the bandwidth leaving very little for the game.
The best way to get round this problem is to limit the internet download speed for the web browser process so that it doesn’t hog the connection.
Certain types of applications such as download managers or bit-torrent clients often have some form of maximum upload or download rate setting so as not to flood the connection and let things like web browsers or Skype work OK without too much problem. Most other types of program that access the internet do not have a similar function though.
A solution to this problem is to limit the Internet bandwidth by using traffic shaping software so you can prioritize which applications can access as much of the connection as they like, while others will have to wait until it’s available. Software such as NetLimiter, cFosSpeed, Net-Peeker and SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager are good for this task.
Here I demonstrated NetBalancer software which provides this functionality.
Don’t forget to Like this video.
Computer Era Telugu Magazine