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I have heard recently that a program called Open DNS works well at speeding up your Internet connection and am just curious if you folks have heard positive things about it or not? Can programs like that really speed up your Internet connection? What about a program like TZ Connection Booster?
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Yes OpenDNS can increase browser speed and make your PC a lot safer

I wrote something about it here

http://www.geekstogo...ng-t225044.html


No idea about TZ Connection Booster though
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Yes OpenDNS can increase browser speed and make your PC a lot safer

I wrote something about it here

http://www.geekstogo...ng-t225044.html


No idea about TZ Connection Booster though


Thanks for the response. The article was very informative. I will give OpenDNS a try.
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Connection Boosters are more trouble than they're worth.
The only speed increase you get is one you phone your provider for, no piece of software is going to double what is not there.
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Connection Boosters are more trouble than they're worth.
The only speed increase you get is one you phone your provider for, no piece of software is going to double what is not there.


OK, I'd heard that too. Appreciate the feedback.
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