After installing Windows 10, are you feeling that your Internet bandwidth is dropping away. If yes, that means it is stealing your Internet speed. If still your Automatic updates is on, then turn off Automatic Updates to Speed Up Internet Connection in Windows 10.
Speed Up Internet Connection in Windows 10
Microsoft offered Windows 10 as a free upgrade for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users and from the launching date, there are 2.4 millions of active users are available worldwide. Handling millions of downloading simultaneously is not an easy task. If your computer is running on Windows 10, then it is used as part of a peer-to-peer system to provide software updates quicker to others, each person circulating a little bit of the data across several computer systems and assisting everyone obtain updates quickly.
Turn Off Updates Delivery
Updates delivery is by default enabled in Windows 10 Home and Pro edition. To turn it off, just follow the below path.
Click on Start button and navigate to Settings >> Update & Security >> Advanced options >> Choose how updates are delivered.
In here, just turn off the button. That’s it.
Turn Off Reserved Bandwidth
Probably you don’t know that Windows 10 reserves 80% of your Internet connection’s bandwidth for the operating system, and the applications installed on it. I think you are aware of this. Just turn it off to increase Internet speed in Windows 10 by 80%.
1) Open Run command by pressing Start+R button.
2) Type gpedit.msc and hit enter to open Local Group Policy Editor.
3) Here navigate to Computer Configuration >> Administrative Templates >> Network >> QoS Packet Scheduler >> Limit reservable bandwidth and open it.
Here you see a message like:
If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the system uses the default value of 80 percent of the connection.
4) Now click on Enabled button and change the bandwidth limit 80 to 0. Apply it.
Now you are able to use the 100% bandwidth of your connection. Apply these two methods to increase Internet speed in Windows 10.