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what is the best software for my application?


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studioface

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heys guys wats up ,I have a problem i regularly download stuff over the internet and alot of the times it takes up alot of bandwidth and i share internet with my sister so i want a software that can automaticaly adjust my bandwidth where she can be able to browse comfortable on her computer while
i am downloading. I know there are softwares like that cause a use to have one a long time ago but to tell you the truth guys i dont remember the name of it.But if you can help me that would be great great thanks in advance.
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There are different types of this software from enterprise to pc based applications. Which one you use, really depends on what setup you have.

Do you both share a router or do you use ICS?
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we both use the same router but at the same time i would like the software to be simple and automatic adjusting the bandwidth so while i am downloading some thing she can browse freely
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Greetings studioface:

Your answer may be as near as the documentation of the router you are using. Many routers have built into the configuration settings to
reserve bandwidth inbound/outbound to particular IP addresses or ports.

Mind you not all routers on the retail side of the market have that feature.

Good luck

Kaz.
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