System Control - Internet & Network

Note

If you don't understand how to set setting in this module, click the "Recommended" button to let WinUtilities set the settings automatically based on your internet connection type and speed.
 
Time to Live
 
Specifies number of seconds (approximately equal to number of hops) that pass before an IP packet is discarded.
 
TcpWindowSize
 
Specifies the amount of data in kilobytes that is buffered when receiving data on a TCP/IP connection. To improve performance, try to increase the TcpWindowSize value.
 
Enable Large TCP Window Support
 
Use this setting to enable Windows to use TcpWindowSize over 64 kb.
 
Enable Selective Acknowledgement Support
 
Specifies whether Windows should enable support for SACK (Selective Acknowledgement). SACK is especially important for connections using large TCP Window sizes.
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