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Enable More Simultaneous Downloads in Internet Explorer

As we know that the HTTP 1.1 server allows and permits only and only two connections to work at a time  and the browser also gets stick and attach to this limit and boundary.

But now we can increase and improve this number by means of registry hack. But the users should increase this number up to a certain limit. Otherwise it will put a lot of pressure on the web servers and they will automatically put a halt to the extra connections.

Users have to do a manual registry hack which is quite and rather simple. Firstly, in the start menu, you just have to type in regedit.exe and than by browsing the key to the following address bar:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet Settings. After this, user has to generate a two new-fangled 32-bit DWORD values named by MaxConnectionsPerServer and MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server. The former one fixes the value for HTTP 1.1 servers which is usually and on the average 2.  The later one also fixes the value for HTTP 1.0 servers more often and thought to be 4. one thing should be keep in mind that the values should not be altered and shifted because this step then decreases the speed and velocity of the browsing. There is also another possibility that few of the servers might get blocked by changing the values of these connections.

There is also another method through downloading that will also activate immediate downloads in the internet explorer. After downloading the particular file, user then extract and take out that file and double clicks on it to enter the desired information into the registry. If the user wants to uninstall the file, then elect to choose uninstall script that is included in the zip file. This downloadable registry hack is most likely used by majority of the users for its effortless manner.


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