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Higher priority on network for a specific PC in house.


Best Answer phillpower2 , 24 February 2017 - 12:50 PM

Depends on whether or not your router has a quality of service setting, better explained here Go to the full post »


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Is there a way that i can make my pc get's the best network connection. 

 

So if someone else i downloading in house, i will not notice because im higher priorityed. ?

 

Thanks


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Depends on whether or not your router has a quality of service setting, better explained here


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Depends on whether or not your router has a quality of service setting, better explained here

Well im not that good at English and understanding computer language.. 

 

i was hoping there was a video tutorial how to, do it.  


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Not all brands of router or ISP have the QoS function, some videos at the link here


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