Tcp1323Opts lets you use RFC 1323, known as “TCP Extensions for High Performance,” in 3 ways. This particular value works with timestamping and network window scaling. This allows the TCP connection to negotiate a receive window size with a server, letting computers specify receive windows of up to 1 GB.[mai mult...]
SizReqBuf represents the size of the raw receive buffers within a server environment. This means it will affect your ability to host something in a high-latency environment. Let’s say you host a game server and tons of people complain about lag. Modifying this value will help reduce the impact of lag. You’d also benefit if you’re hosting a website or any other service, including sending files through instant messenger or Neo Modus Direct Connect.
Your system usually places this buffer at 16384 bytes. For most servers, this is efficient enough, but sometimes you have a small amount of memory and cannot keep up with the high request volume.[mai mult...]
IRPStackSize (I/O Request Packet Stack Size) represents how many 36-byte receive buffers your computer can use simultaneously. It allows your computer to receive more data at the same time. Your system usually allocates 15 IRPs in its network stack. More often than not, you’d benefit much more with 32, although you can configure up to 50. Try 32 first.[mai mult...]
Pagefile.sys acts as a virtual RAM, which Windows uses as RAM to store programs that are not in use, thus putting less pressure on the actual RAM. The page file size is usually near the size of your actual RAM, so it can take up a lot of space depending on your RAM. If you set the pagefile to delete with shutdown, you will save some hard drive space in exchange for slightly prolonging your shutdown time.
Here is one way you can get the system to automatically delete the pagefile.sys on shutdown in Windows 10.[mai mult...]
To adjust the duration of Windows menu animations you need to make some changes in the Windows registry.[mai mult...]
By default, Windows 10 has a 10-second delay during boot before all your apps and programs become accessible. This is called the “Startup Delay,” and it helps make sure everything works as it should when you start up your PC. If, however, you have a powerful PC, or not many startup programs in Windows 10, then you can try to reduce or even disable the startup delay altogether to help your PC start up faster.[mai mult...]
If you’ve used Windows for any length of time, you’ve likely tried to open a file with an unknown extension. When you double-click on a file with an unknown extension, Windows presents you with this irritating dialog:
If you selected “Select a program from a list of installed programs”, you would get this much more useful dialog instead:
The registry hack will show you the second Open With dialog instead of that irritating first one.[mai mult...]
Windows 10, by default, sends everything you search for in the Start Menu to their servers to give you results from Bing search.[mai mult...]
If your PC is experiencing slowdowns or inexplicable crashes, then you should make it your priority to diagnose what’s causing those problems. One possible way to do this is to set Windows 10 startup to “Verbose Mode”, which will give you a much more detailed breakdown of the processes happening on your PC as you boot.[mai mult...]
The lock screen is a nice added layer of security on your Windows PC, requiring a password or PIN for you to log back in. If you feel secure in the security of your PC, then you can turn the lock screen off altogether.[mai mult...]