quote:Originally posted by: Computwizwhat does it actully do, does it speed up download time, or speed up surfing??
quote:Originally posted by: Computwizlol, i know that now, but whats the point doing it then
Didnt know that, so can it really work? Thanks for sharing anyway.
Yeah this is kinda bogus, I just disabled QoS to keep my system running smoother but, most people's NIC's (network interface card) are ethernet 100/10 which means it's a 100mbit connection (no matter what modem speed, the limit on the port is 100mbit).. But how many people do you know with a 100mbit connection? Windows still lets you use 80mbits, so it shouldn't slow you down a bit, that extra 20mbit wasn't being used anyway, this might improve people on dialup connections or something but that's about it I believe =/
Yea, this is bogus, no way it hogs up more than 1% for itself.
ive already seen this and from what ive heard is it will only use it if your at idle