When working on the network, regardless of the task at hand, whether it is loading a browser or surfing the web, it is necessary to achieve as fast network connection speed as possible. This can be done in a few simple ways.
The speed of your connection to the network depends on the congestion of your network access channel, the access channel of your Internet service provider, as well as your tariff plan. To maximize the speed, you can change the tariff plan towards a faster one. Check the list of offers from the provider you have a contract with, as well as offers from other companies that provide this service. If this method does not suit you, proceed to the next step.
To regulate the load on your network access channel, you need to optimize it, adjusting it in such a way that the maximum possible amount of speed is given to solving those tasks that have the highest priority. To increase the speed of web surfing, disable those programs that are not priority, but load the network access channel. These include download managers, torrent clients, and programs that download updates. Disable them by closing both those applications located in the explorer panel and those in the tray. Control their disabling using the task manager.
When downloading a file using a download manager, give downloads the highest priority and then disable any third-party programs described in the previous step. Do not use your browser until the download is complete. In addition, it is recommended to set the maximum number of simultaneous downloads to one.
When working with a torrent client, minimize the upload speed by setting it to one kilobit per second. In addition, give the downloads the highest priority and remove the speed limit from them, if it is set. Do not launch third-party applications that use the Internet until the download is complete.