Most of us have experienced Slow Internet Connection. This article will help you how to deal with a slow internet connection.
You may often have slow internet connection when you use shareable Wi-Fi internet connection such as limited bandwidth.
Below tips to work smart when you are hit with a slow connection and helps to get your work done on slow internet connection.
How to Fix Slow Internet Connection?
Simple Steps to do when you are hit with a Slow Internet Connection.
First of all, Turn off Web images, Adobe Flash plug-in, Java Applets /Java Script in your browser settings which use more bandwidth.
Switch to the fastest DNS
Switch OFF data downloads
When you have a good connection, there may be lots of stuffs running in the background that you may not even know about.
Check with NetLimiter for Windows and Little Snitch (our Little Snitch review) for Mac OS X.
Those tools will show you the details of software is accessing the Internet (torrent downloads, Twitter apps or even Windows update).
You should stop those activities manually.
Switch OFF auto-refresh
Go to the browser setting and Stop Auto Refresh option
Switch to HTML View on Gmail
When you open your Gmail, you will see a slow loading bar.
Have a look at the bottom-right of the screen, where you will see “Load basic HTML”. Click that and you’ll get a leaner, faster Gmail access.
Switch on Opera Off-Road Mode
The latest Opera version 15 is awesome browser like Chrome browser.
Latest Opera browser has great feature called Opera Off-Road Mode. It is similar to the older Opera Turbo feature.
You can enable this feature that will make Opera lower the quality of every image on every page, in turn loading the page faster.
Still you have an option to right-click and ask for a full-res image if you need it.
To switch it on, click on the Opera button and choose the option as shown in the image.
Use “netstat” command to determine all processes, other than web browsers and something which secretly connecting to Internet in the background.
You should block them using the Firewall tool.