Increasing Browser Speed.
The Internet is a publicly accessible series of interconnected computer networks that transmit data using TCP/IP protocols. There are multiple networks that are interconnected including academic, business, and government which together carry information and services, such as electronic mail, instant messaging to any part of the world, interlinked web pages and a variety of other information based resources.
-Testing internet connection.
-Improving internet speed.
-Improving speed with Firefox.
Testing Internet Connection.
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- Log onto the Internet then click start, run and type in cmd. This opens up a command prompt screen in Windows In the screen that appears, Type: PING 220.127.116.11 if you get four responses your Internet connection is working. If you get an error message you need to check your Internet configuration.
- To see if you can access a Domain Name Server (DNS), at the command prompt type: TRACERT (space) www.pccomputing.com. Once this is done, the results will show all the connections required to hook up to that web site.
- If either test fails, open the cmd prompt screen again, type in IPCONFIG, then hit enter. Call your Internet Service Provider and go through the settings with them. They can help you troubleshoot these issues effectively.