When using the Internet, high speed is often required - for example, when watching a video online or downloading a file. To increase the download speed, you can use one of the simple methods.
There are two main ways to increase your download speed: choosing a faster tariff plan, or optimizing your current Internet connection as much as possible. The essence of optimization is to minimize the processes that affect the existing connection to the Internet.
When downloading using the download manager built into the browser, a prerequisite is the absence of any activity on the network, whether it be surfing the web or downloading content. It would be best to close all tabs or close the browser in principle, leaving only the window showing the download status. Disable all torrent clients, as well as download managers, instant messengers, and all processes that may in one way or another load the network connection channel. Disable applications located in the Windows Explorer taskbar as well as in the tray. Control their shutdown using the task manager, by killing those processes that are still active.
When using a download manager, it's worth listening to the same guidelines as when using a browser. In addition, it is recommended to set the priority of downloads so that it is maximum. To ensure a stable download, download files one at a time. Do not launch applications using a network connection until the download is complete.
When downloading a file using a torrent client, configure the application so that the number of simultaneous downloads is one and the download priority is maximum. Set the recoil limit so that the speed does not exceed one kilobit per second. Follow the same guidelines as in the first step. Remember that the less you use your internet connection while downloading, the more stable and faster your download speed will be.