Can Your Computer Keep Up With High Speed ISPs?

If you are still running Windows XP or 2000, chances are that you are not optimized for maximum speed when you get online. The reason is that both platforms are built on NT technology, which is primarily configured for networking purposes, and not for long-range communication across external servers on the web. In order get full advantage of the speed that high speed ISPs offer, you need to alter some registry files along with your TCP settings. But before you begin, be sure to make a back-up. There are several options out there, so try Googling “speeding up your computer.”