Attactment at the bottom (read all first, and know what you are about to do before doing so) Allows up to 8 simultaneous HTTP 1.0 and up to 8 simultaneous HTTP 1.1 requests to a single server (via Internet Explorer), up from the default values of 4 and 2, respectively. Disables Internet Explorer's "Persistent Caching" option. Persistent Caching is NOT necessary for web browsing. It wastes space on your hard drive, and may even be considered a security problem when enabled, because if it is enabled, even when you clear Temporary Internet Files and IE History from within IE's "Tools, Internet Options" settings, Internet Explorer will still retain URLs you've visited. Once Persistent Caching is disabled, clearing TIF and IE History from "Tools, Internet Options" will successfully purge those items. Allows you to right-click on any folder and select "Make new folder in" which creates a new folder inside of the one you've selected. This can be a time-saver for some people, especially those who work with files a lot and download lots of things from the Internet. Improves TCP/IP security protection against SYN attacks. Disables searching for "Scheduled Tasks" on remote computers - makes browsing your LAN/workgroup considerably faster. Usually there is no reason/need for anyone to browse "Scheduled Tasks" on remote computers. Increases printer priority to maximum, to speed up printing operatings. Tweaks system COM Ports for better performance and speed. Enables "DOS Prompt Here" on right-click context menus for folders and drive roots to open a Command Prompt at any location of your choice, instantly.