How to Set Up a Bridge Connection on Windows Vista?

Answer Network connections on a Microsoft Windows Vista computer can be configured to move traffic between separate networks when a network switch or router is unavailable or the Windows Vista computer is... Read More »

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How do you erase the Connection-Specific DNS Suffix on Windows Vista?

You have to get an account with an internet provider for yourself.The one you are currently trying to connect to is paid for by your old employer, so naturally they do not wish to pay for your inte... Read More »

How do I speed up an Internet connection using Windows Vista?

Click "Start" and "Run." Type "cmd" in the text field and click "OK" (Windows Vista and Windows 7 users can type "cmd" in the search input fields located in the "Start" menu, and press "Enter"). In... Read More »

How to Increase Broadband Connection Speed in Windows XP/Vista?

This trick requires Standard Network Interface cards (NIC) that are connected to ADSL modems, or when using any directly-connected USB ADSL modem. To speed up the Internet connection speed we need ... Read More »

How to Increase the Internet Connection Speed in Windows Vista?

Run a complete scan of your computer with Windows Defender. Defender is essentially a bult-in anti-spyware engine for Vista. Spyware can significantly reduce your Internet speed. Scanning your comp... Read More »