cFosSpeed 8.03 Build 1981 Beta

cFosSpeed 8.03 Build 1981 Beta
cFosSpeed ??- a well proven network driver, which attaches itself to existing Internet connection and optimizes data transfer by prioritizing traffic. Traffic Shaping - a method for optimizing the Internet traffic, providing the maximum speed with minimum delay. You can use cFosSpeed ??with a router and / or a DSL-modem or cable modem. It is also possible to use with other types of Internet connections.
cFosSpeed ??supports a wide variety of connections such as DSL, cable, ISDN, UMTS, and others. The program will help maintain low latency in the network (ping), to make Internet applications as responsive as possible. Also, one of the main goals of cFosSpeed ??is to improve data throughput by avoiding network congestions. The program interface is translated into many languages, including Russian language.

Normal data transfer: Data reception needs to be confirmed (ACK-packets) before you can send new data.

No Traffic Shaping: Transfer data delayed ACK-packets. As a result, the rate of reception is also reduced.

cFos Traffic Shaping: ACK-packets receive higher priority, allowing you to receive data at high speed.

Prioritization of traffic (Traffic Shaping) is best seen for
Broadband: DSL, Cable
Dial-up connection: modem, ISDN
Filesharing (P2P)
Streaming Media, VoIP
Reducing delays (ping)
Prioritization of Programs
Prioritising protocols
Resources (Budgets) Online
Firewall (Firewall)

Every time you connect to the internet and using more than one data stream cFosSpeed ??can optimize the traffic.
Improves your Ping for online games
Supports Internet quickly during heavy loading / unloading
Improves the Mobile Internet
Reduces problems with the audio / video Internet streams
It improves voice quality in programs using VoIP

Changes in version cFosSpeed ??8.03 build 1981

x Fixed a long-standing problem where Setup would not uninstall or update-
install without a reboot on certain systems.

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