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help with ... "bandwidth"?

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hey, i use mozilla firefox as a browser, and when i download files on there, it starts downloading at 700kB/sec and quickly goes down to 500kB/sec (by which time the 6mb'ish files im downloading are done) the lowest it normally goes is, 30kB/sec ish.

But my problem lies with programs like, "eMule", and "shareaza", i just downloaded shareaza to downloada few songs, but they start off at, 1kB/sec, and then go into the 500B/sec.... which means 3mb songs, taking HOURS to complete, my friend yesterday said that if i do download shareaza, then i will need to sort out my "bandwidth" cuz its probably all set for internet browsers, not for programs downloading,

How can i edit my "bandwidth" so i can download music files at like 30kB/sec, like i could if i was downloading on firefox??? and is this even to do with "bandwidth" or is it another matter completly??

p.s :) :happy: :tazz: :tazz: <<-- kool emotions! ;)

Edited by M4d$k1llz, 14 August 2005 - 03:53 AM.

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