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  1. If you’ve ever poked around your WiFi router’s settings, you’ve probably seen the word channel. Most routers have their channel set to Auto, but I’m sure that a most of us have looked through that list of a dozen or so channels and wondered what they are, and more importantly, which of the channels are faster than the others. Well, I’m happy to report that some channels are indeed much faster — but that doesn’t mean you should go ahead and recklessly change them. Read on to find out more about 802.11 channels, interference, and the massive difference between 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi. Channels 1,6,and 11 First of all, we’ll talk about 2.4GHz, because as of the start of 2014 almost all WiFi installations still use the 2.4GHz band. 802.11ac, which debuted last year, will drive the adoption of 5GHz — but due to backwards compatibility and dual-radio routers and devices, 2.4GHz will probably reign for a while yet. All of the versions of WiFi up to and including 802.11n (a, b, g, n) operate between the frequencies of 2400 and 2500MHz. These paltry 100MHz are separated into 14 channels of 20MHz each. As you have probably worked out, 14 lots of 20MHz is a lot more than 100MHz — and as a result, every 2.4GHz channel overlaps with at least two (but usually four) other channels (see diagram above). As you can probably imagine, using overlapping channels is bad — in fact, it’s the primary reason for awful throughput on your wireless network. Fortunately, channels 1, 6, and 11 are spaced far enough apart that they don’t overlap. On a non-MIMO setup (i.e. 802.11 a, b, or g) you should always try to use channel 1, 6, or 11. If you use 802.11n with 20MHz channels, stick to channels 1, 6, and 11 — if you want to use 40MHz channels, be aware that the airwaves might be very congested unless you live in a detached house in the middle of nowhere (like me). What channel should you use in built-up area? So, if you want maximum throughput and minimal interference, channels 1, 6, and 11 are your best choice — but depending on other wireless networks in your vicinity, one of those channels might be a much better choice than the others. For example, if you’re using channel 1, but someone next door is inconsiderately using channel 2, then your throughput will plummet. In that situation, you would have to change to channel 11 to completely avoid the interference (though 6 would be pretty good as well). It might be tempting to use a channel other than 1, 6, or 11 — but remember that you will then be the cause of interference (and everyone on 1, 6, and 11 will stomp on your throughput, anyway). In an ideal world, you would talk to your neighbors and get every router to use channels 1, 6, or 11. Bear in mind that walls do a pretty good job of attenuating (weakening) a signal — so if there’s a brick wall between you and a neighbor, you could probably both use channel 1 without interfering with each other, but if it’s a thin wall (or there’s lots of windows) you should use different channels. There are tools that can help you find the clearest channel, such as Vistumbler, but it’s probably easier to just switch between channels 1, 6, and 11 until you find one that works well. (If you have two laptops, you can copy a file between them to test the throughput of each channel.) But what about 5GHz? The great thing about 5GHz (802.11n and 802.11ac), because there’s much more free space at the higher frequencies, is that offers 23 non-overlapping 20MHz channels! It’s also worth pointing out that, starting with 802.11n, wireless technology in general is a lot more advanced than the olden days of 802.11 b and g. If you own a modern 802.11n router (i.e. if you bought a router in the last couple of years), it likely has some fancy hardware inside that chooses the right channel and modifies the output power to maximize throughput and minimize interference. If you’re using the 5GHz band, and your walls aren’t paper-thin, then attenuation and the general lack of 5GHz devices should mean that there’s very little interference in your apartment, possibly even allowing you to use the fatter 40, 80, and 160MHz channels if you feel like it. Eventually, as everyone upgrades to newer hardware and moves towards 5GHz, picking the right channel will mostly become a thing of the past. There might still be some cases where it makes sense to hand-tune your router’s channel selection, but when you’re dealing with MIMO setups (up to eight in 802.11ac), it’s generally a better idea to let your router do its own thing. Eventually, of course, 5GHz will fill up as well — but hopefully by then, we’ll have worked out how to use even higher frequencies (60GHz WiGig) or entirely new antenna designs (pCells, infinite capacity vortex beams) to cope with our wireless networking demands. Source
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    DriverBoost Pro 8.2.0.26

    DriverBoost Pro 8.2.0.26 DriverBoost Pro™ makes updating your drivers a breeze! Simply download and the software scans your system locating outdated and missing drivers for your PC and all connected devices. With ultra fast scan times, advanced backup options, Windows restore wizard plus an advanced matching algorithym, you'll never have to worry about locating or updating drivers again! Initial free scan informs you of all out of date drivers on your system DriverBoost Pro™ is a driver update service that will scan your computer for all installed & connected hardware, locate all OEM drivers and provide them in an easy, convenient format. Individual drivers may be available on manufacturer websites at no charge. 100% Safe, Advanced TechnologyDriverBoost Pro's unique matching algorithm detects all drivers on your PC and matches them with the latest, most up to date version available. It's guaranteed to find the correct and most updated driver for each and every device driver on your system. Easy to Use InterfacesAfter extensive user testing, we've developed a simple user friendly interface which shows you exactly what you need to do to update your drivers in just a few clicks of a mouse button, even if you've never done it before. Yes, it really is that easy! Lightning Fast Driver DownloadsWe constantly update our product including the driver matching algorithm and speed. This will allow DriverBoost Pro to download all the drivers your PC needs at blazing speeds making updating your drivers a breeze. Massive Database - Updated DailyOur proprietary driver database contains drivers for 100,000+ unique devices and over 3,000+ manufacturers. Drivers are updated daily to assure you get the latest, most updated drivers for your pc and connected devices. Homepage: http://www.driverboost.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista /7 / 8 Language: English Tablet: Crack Size: 4,52 MB
  3. AusLogics BoostSpeed 6.5.4.0 + Portable Auslogics BoostSpeed - the ideal solution to speed up your computer and Internet connection. This powerful Windows optimizer will boost Internet connections, tweak Windows to its peak performance, clean and defrag disks and the registry. It's a great way to speed up your PC and keep it clean and optimized. Start programs faster. Speed up computer start time. Increase Internet speed, optimize your Internet Explorer, Firefox and E-mail programs. Boost Speed will clean up disks and the Registry to speed up your computer and tweak Windows to its peak performance. Features: Version history Website: http://www.auslogics.com/en/ OS: Windows XP / Vista /7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Keygen / Crack Pack Fix-RBC Size: 19,71 / 22,19 Mb
  4. selesn777

    PGWARE PCBoost 4.4.21.2014

    PGWARE PCBoost 4.4.21.2014 PC Boost - a program for automatic release of computer resources for running the application. The program will allow you to run applications such as computer games, software for video editing photos much faster than it would be without the use of PC Boost. The utility automatically takes over the task of allocating more processing power for specific applications, so that applications running faster. The program runs as a system service on Windows and automatically monitors and prioritize CPU for each running application. Latest version supports Windows 7. Many programs and games often use a minimal amount of CPU power which often leads to a simple processor. PCBoost uses this by allocating more CPU power to the currently active programs and games. All this is done automatically without you. PCBoost does not harm the computer, while providing equivalent power that a computer having a more powerful processor. PCBoost simple and very easy to use. A few clicks of changing settings and the application is ready for use. PCBoost runs automatically when Windows starts and manages the CPU / Processor according to the user's settings. Some key features are: Optimizes games and applications by increasing the CPU priority of the active application.Automatically de-allocates CPU priority when a new application is selected.Works in the background to optimize applications constantly, raises priority levels to reasonable values ​​to maintain system stability.Visual representation in system tray which displays priority optimization for currently active application.Built-in block list of applications which are not compatible, to prevent problems with the software.Easy and intuitive user interface which performs CPU tuning in real-time.What's New in Version 4.4.21.2014 Fixed TrialPay option during uninstall of software, bug prevented the promotion from appearing when software was still in trial mode.Homepage: http://www.pgware.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Ml Medicine: Patch Size: 4,63 Mb.
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    PGWARE Throttle 7.6.2.2014

    PGWARE Throttle 7.6.2.2014 Throttle - utility designed to configure your modem for maximum performance that can result in a more than 200 percent increase in speed. You just choose your OS, connection type (14.4/28.8/33.6/56k, cable modem , DSL / ADSL modem , ISDN, Satellite, T1/T3/OC3/OC12 +, LAN , 3G- modems ) and press the "Go" . The program will do the rest! As the developers , the program will change a number of key parameters of the modem , for example, improve the definition of the signal "busy", reduce the number of break connection , etc. The program works with all types of modems under all operating systems family of Windows. The main feature Throttle is that it does not " prioritizes " Internet traffic and application-specific protocols , limiting their priorities , but simply extends an existing connection to the network through a single configuration ( by using not always documented features of the operating system ) and does not establish any additional services unlike existing analogues. In addition, the program exists for a long time , has its official website and develops. Additional Information: The program is simple and unpretentious Throttle : choose your operating system from Windows XP to Windows 8 , select your modem type and connection type , specify the slider - Speed ​​-> Fastest, click " Let's go " and reboot . This program puts the necessary preset settings in the registry ( recorded for each specific case in her memory ) , alter and optimize the network connection (TCP, QoS, etc.) and , voila, after restarting the network connection improves.Increase speed of course depends on many different reasons (for example, if the provider " cuts " you traffic ) , it is unrealistic large growth rate can not be achieved , however the network connection will not only be more stable but also much faster .It all depends of course on the particular compound , the provider , highways, which is your traffic , and of course the site , for example, or what . That is, if the site is a lot of " heavy " pictures , flash toys, embedded video and other things, then quickly it can not open , especially if it's full of advertising , etc.However , by using Throttle quite possibly stabilize their Internet- channel and add it speed as possible .Key features: Compatible with Microsoft Windows 8, 7 , Vista, XP and Windows Server 2012, 2008, 2003 . 32-bit/64-bit.Instantly increases the speed of your Internet connection , allowing you to make downloads faster surfing the web faster and play online games without lag .Increases speed internet connection of all types, such as cable , DSL, U-Verse, Fios and analogue satellite and mobile phone (2G/3G/4G).Saves money by maximizing your current Internet connection without having to go to a higher package with your ISP.Easy-to- use program that allows you to make permanent changes to the computer and modem with one click.Play online multiplayer games without delay.Changes in Windows, directly.Constant updates of the software , adding new performance settings , which allows you to take advantage of improvements that your system is capable of.Homepage: http://www.pgware.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / Server 2012 / 2008 / 2003 (x86-x64) Language: Ml Medicine: Patch / Keygen / RegKey Size: 4,02 Mb.
  6. selesn777

    PGWARE PCBoost 4.6.2.2014

    PGWARE PCBoost 4.6.2.2014 PC Boost - a program for automatic release of computer resources for running the application. The program will allow you to run applications such as computer games, software for video editing photos much faster than it would be without the use of PC Boost. The utility automatically takes over the task of allocating more processing power for specific applications, so that applications running faster. The program runs as a system service on Windows and automatically monitors and prioritize CPU for each running application. Latest version supports Windows 7. Many programs and games often use a minimal amount of CPU power which often leads to a simple processor. PCBoost uses this by allocating more CPU power to the currently active programs and games. All this is done automatically without you. PCBoost does not harm the computer, while providing equivalent power that a computer having a more powerful processor. PCBoost simple and very easy to use. A few clicks of changing settings and the application is ready for use. PCBoost runs automatically when Windows starts and manages the CPU / Processor according to the user's settings. Some key features are: Optimizes games and applications by increasing the CPU priority of the active application.Automatically de-allocates CPU priority when a new application is selected.Works in the background to optimize applications constantly, raises priority levels to reasonable values ​​to maintain system stability.Visual representation in system tray which displays priority optimization for currently active application.Built-in block list of applications which are not compatible, to prevent problems with the software.Easy and intuitive user interface which performs CPU tuning in real-time.What's New in Version 4.6.2.2014: Changed updater to display setup during the install process to allow changes to install process and options to the end-user.Homepage: http://www.pgware.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Ml Medicine: Patch / Keygen Size: 4,75 Mb.
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