Tip 1: Update your browser and OS. Switch to Chrome or Firefox browser for faster speed and security. By updating to the latest versions of both your operating system and your browser so that you get maximum stability and performance
Tip 2: Disable background activities and background data, from windows. In the privacy settings of windows, you can disable background apps. From task manager disable start-up of apps.
Tip 3: Set the connection as metered. By setting your connection as a metered network from Wi-Fi settings, background updates and data usage is restricted.
Tip 4: Change default DNS to googles DNS server for faster resolutions 18.104.22.168
Tip 5: Clear temp files and data from browsers.
Tip 6: Remove viruses and adware and crypto-miners which are the main reason for slow internet.
Tip 7: Remove toolbars and plugins added without your consent or if your plugins bar is cluttered. More the plugins more the time required to load the page.
Tip 8: Do a speed test and if it’s still slow after all optimizations contact your ISP and ask them to check the connection.
Tip 9: Flush DNS to reset it.
Tip 10: If you’re using Wi-Fi, perform the recommended optimizations to maximize performance. Read our article on how to make your Wi-Fi faster.