Reasons for slow broadband:
1.Temporary service interruptions. When your ISP is performing maintenance, there is an issue with the network or bad weather is interrupting the signal. If this is the case, a notice should be displayed on your ISP’s website and you should be able to find out when the network is expected to return to normal by telephoning your ISP
2.Cache-clogging data. Go ahead and clear your web browser’s cache regularly, removing the temporary browsing files that can mount up and slow down your browsing experience
3.If you’re having trouble loading a particular website, try flushing your DNS settings: Type CMD into the ‘run’ box of your startup bar, then type ‘ipconfig flushdns’. This effectively resets your internet connection and can prevent some loading issues
Test your speed
first of all you should check your internet speed with the help of various online resources viz. speedtest.net, speedtestindia.com, netspeedometer.com, speedtest.net.in, speed.io, bsnlspeedtest.in etc. to see if you are actually getting high speed broadband access.
Decrease the Reserved Bandwidth From 20% to 0% :
By default, your computer system may reserve up to 20 percent of the network bandwidth for QoS traffic handled by the QoS Packet Scheduler to improve the performance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications, video conferencing and Internet Protocol (IP) telephony and windows updates etc.
Therefore, you may follow the following steps to set the bandwidth limit to 0 (zero) for speed up your browsing and downloading files:
1.Press the Windows logo key Win + R to open the Run command window.
2.Type “gpedit.msc” to open the group policy editor.
3.Navigate to “Local Computer Policy” >> “Computer Configuration” >> “Administrative Templates” >> “Network” >> “QOS Packet Scheduler” >> “Limit Reservable Bandwidth.”
4.Now, double-click on the option named “Limit Reservable Bandwidth” and change the value from ’20’ to ‘0’ without quotes.
Using Google DNS to Increase BSNL Internet Speed
Go to Start >> Control Panel >> Network and Sharing Center/Network Connections >> Open “Local Area Connection” and click on “Properties” button.
Now click on “TCP/IP” and in the DNS address fields, replace the current DNS servers with the below two addresses.
Click “OK” and restart the Internet connection.
Secure your Wi-Fi :
If your Wi-Fi is not password protected, anyone can use it. This means that people might be logging onto your network without you knowing, causing speeds to drop as a result.
Fortunately, most providers now automatically supply you with a password-protected router, but if you don’t have one set up, or have turned the password off, secure your network immediately.
To do this:
Open up your router settings by entering its IP address into your web browser. That’s a number that will typically be printed on the router itself somewhere, and look like this:192.168.0.1.
You may need to log in – the admin password and username will also often be printed on the router, but if it isn’t, check with your provider for further instructions. From your settings you can set up a password and secure your Wi-Fi.
Clean up your computer :
To run fast, you must be healthy/ energetic and accordingly, to gear up your internet connection speed your Personal Computer (PC) and Laptops shall also be very fast and clean from any malicious softwares. Therefore, remove all unnecessary softwares which are not usable at all.
Did you know? Whenever, you download any data into your computer, install and uninstall any programme on your PC, it results various registry fragments, lots of bereaved startup tasks, temp folder and files and various unused processes or services etc.
Accordingly, if you will not check and remove those unnecessary stuffs as mentioned above, it harms your computer system and resulting slow down PC and crash more frequently.
Clear Browsing Data:
Sometimes, your internet connection will boost after cleaning all browsing data from internet browsers. To clear/delete the browsing data viz. browsing history, download history, cookies and other site and plug-in data, empty the cache, saved passwords, saved Auto-fill form data, data from hosted apps and de-authorise content licenses etc.
Press CTRl + Shift + Delete
Update your browser
There are updates being made all the time to browsers, so using the latest version should always greatly reduce the time it takes to surf and download web pages. If your browser is consistently clunky, consider switching software altogether. For example, Internet Explorer users might get an instant boost by switching to Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
Turn off Updates:
There may be some applications running in the background for the latest updates even after closing your web browsers. Thus, you should turned off the update options from all your applications and softwares including windows updates