Mar 222010
 

This tutorial will explain how to Increase bandwidth limit in Windows 7 Home Premium

1. Go to Start > Run… > type ‘regedit’ > OK

2. See if you find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Psched

3. If you find it, set NonBestEffortLimit to the value ’0′ if you want to set to 0.

The QoS Service have to be running.

You could also have a look here: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Psched\Parameters\Adapters

You have to go through all your network adapters, though.

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  15 Responses to “Increase bandwidth limit in Windows 7 Home Premium”

  1. Wow, that’s the best you can do?

  2. Neither of those places have a nonbestefforlimit. However I don’t know if I have QoS running. How do I start that?

  3. I located the folder, per the instructions above, but there was no, NonBestEffortLimit, listed in the PSched folder, so I decided to add it manually and set it to “0″ THIS REALLY WORKS! Now all of the websites I go to load much, much, much faster! If you want to add it manually, locate the PSched folder and right mouse click in the box to the right, and select “DWORD(32-bit)Value” and type in NonBestEffortLimit and hit enter. Scroll over the new value and select, “Modify” and make sure the Hexidecimal and Decimal values are set to “0″

  4. Nice work Priest, I had to create the folder. I run 64 bit windows so i used QWORD(64bit). Got about a 20% boost to net speed which I am happy with.

    Glad I found this thread.

  5. i cn nt find Psched file/folder plz tell .how cn gwt it

  6. hii I am using win 7 hom pre
    but I didnt saw the gpedit.msc or gpc.msc
    so I follow ur suggest
    but
    Icouldnt find the option 1, which is pshed
    and
    I couldnt understand the 2 nd option how it should be after…\adapter You have to go through all your network adapters, though.

    maturnuwun

  7. To create PCched folder(if not found):
    step 1
    1.right click on Windows folder that is inside Microsoft folder.
    2.goto New.
    3.click on Key.Now,a folder is created.
    step 2
    1.rename the folder with name the NonBestEffortLimit.
    2.put the Value data 0.You are done.
    3.feel the difference to your freedom for web surfing war.

  8. i created the folder but i have like two vaul chooses whitch one do i use . also i use QWORD(64bit). i have windows 7 home premium 64bit someone tell me if i did this right ? thank you, is it just suppose to be the default value cuz when i put “a” vaule it went away

  9. never mind i think i did it right about the internet windows bandwidth , now i have another problem i am trying to overclock my cpu bus pci board and i cannot for the life of me get into the bios utility when i press all types of f1 f8 f10 del and so on i use a hewlett packerd amp proccessorr tm le 1300 can someone email me with the answer ? gt40man29@yahoo.com

  10. thank you for this post. Ihave a wifi connection with a piece of crud realtek adapter that came with my new laptop, and this trick helps considerbaly

  11. im crate new foldear and value put but my my question is- now im showing in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Psched\Parameters\Adapters in put values yes or no

  12. about the NonBestEffortLimit… if I go through HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Psched\Parameters\Adapters, do I create the file in the subfolders of the adapter id as well, or just the main folder?

  13. i have wino=dows 7 ultimate 32-bit…after going thru “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows” i cant find d folder “Psched”……
    BUT there is a folder called “IPSec”…
    do i go there n set the value???….help…!!!!

    • To create PCched folder:
      step 1
      1.right click on Windows folder that is inside Microsoft folder.
      2.goto New.
      3.click on Key.Now,a folder is created.
      step 2
      1.rename the folder with name the NonBestEffortLimit.
      2.put the Value data 0.You are done.
      3.feel the difference to your freedom for web surfing war.

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