Net Accelerator

5.1.0.2

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$17.50
Rated:
Downloads: 1994
Op. System: Win 3.1x, Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 3.x, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000
Last updated: 10-25-2003
File size: 1.24 MB
Publisher: Rizal Software Developers
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Editor's review Net Accelerator

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Use Net Accelerator to speed up your Internet activities significantly. You will be able to have faster browsing, downloading of files, and a better online gaming experience. Although in many instances, you will speed up your Internet access by between 10% and 50%, the program can give you as much as 300% faster speeds. The program achieves this by testing the performance of your Internet and then adjusting the TCP/IP settings through a methodical fine-tuning system that matches your ISP. You do not need special skills in order to tweak your system. Just click the Modem Booster button before going online.

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User reviews

Visitor: Martin
it does work but it disconnects me from the internet.
General rate: Negative
Visitor: Nick
'Not really efficient: some parameters like MSS, SACKS and Window Scaling are not supported, no auto-detect or calculating help, and no analyzer to keep track of possibly gained (or lost) speed! More: the 3 offered optimization modes don\'t show any values, so you will not know what\'s about. I found out using another tool that automatic#1 and #2 are maybe OK for modem connections (MTU 576) and automatic#3 for cable (MTU 1500), but Net Accelerator will not tell you this. And worst: it puts itself into the icon tray doing - nothing! Just consuming some computer ressources. I think this is just to keep you in the illusion that it is essencial for the connection speed so you have to pay for it. --- Try iSpeed from High Mountain as an alternative, it is not a black box and offers more possibilities and a performance analyzer.'
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Franco
Not really efficient: some parameters like MSS, SACKS and Window Scaling are not supported, no auto-detect or calculating help, and no analyzer to keep track of possibly gained (or lost) speed! More: the 3 offered optimization modes don't show any values, so you will not know what's about. I found out using another tool that automatic#1 and #2 are maybe OK for modem connections (MTU 576) and automatic#3 for cable (MTU 1500), but Net Accelerator will not tell you this. And worst: it puts itself into the icon tray doing - nothing! Just consuming some computer ressources. I think this is just to keep you in the illusion that it is essencial for the connection speed so you have to pay for it. --- Try iSpeed from High Mountain as an alternative, it is not a black box and offers more possibilities and a performance analyzer.
General rate: Negative