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Quality of Service Packet in Windows XP

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omega2

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I'm currently running Windows XP Home edition. I remember reading somewhere that Windows XP (I don't think it matters which version) reserve about 10% of your bandwidth (for what reason, I don't know). I know with XP Pro, you can turn that 10% reserve off, but how do I do this with XP Home? There isn't any group policy that I can use.
 
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mbunny

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Its actually 100%

Yep... at 100% you can't browse the web. I recommend you go burn your copy of WinXP =)
 

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