Originally posted by neversleeps
so i was reading about this little feature- qos packet scheduler(quality of service), i read that even when its disabled it reserves 20% of ur bandwidth for it which is retarded, also read that typing gpedit in the run box u can change the reserve down to 0 well im guessing that only applies to xp pro cuz i dont have that in xp home so how do i get to the reserve settings stuff in home, anyone know as im sure alot of ppl will b very happy to reclaim 20% more bandwidth they didnt even know they were losing and for u ppl with pro try it out just look for the reserve settings stuff and change it to 0 from what ive read, happy Easter
Yes, you must have XP pro.
Go to "Run" box. Type gpedit.msc.
The "Group policy" window will appear. Then go to:
Computer configuration --> Administratives Templates --> Network --> QoS packet scheduler.
Here you can config the limit reservable bandwidth.
But you're using XP home so I think it's better to disable this service. Hope it helps... others
. Happy Easter.