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Need to speed up latency. Work assignment accepting app.Has anyone used OpenDNS?


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#1 chrisarnt

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Posted 15 December 2017 - 12:02 PM

I have an application that accepts broadcasted work assignments for me.

I used to dominate. 

Recently, I keep getting beat out. 

 

I have a dedicated laptop with a hardwired internet connection. I use a normal, new cat 5 e cable. 

The laptop is a dell Latitude E5510 with plenty of ram and a I-5 processor and SSD

Running window 7 pro. 

I have no antivirus, no firewall. 

 

I use anti-captcha.com for solving. 

 

I run nothing else on this comp. No web browsing except that the app opens the assignment acceptance page. 

 

The app is located in a folder on my desktop. (if that makes any difference)

 

I have chrome open with no address so it is already open. I have all accelerators, protections and assists turned off, chrome is set to run on high priority from task manager settings. 

 

I run the app on "High Priority" and as administrator. 

 

As it stands now my internet speed, ping upload, download, All very fast. 

Download is 50-80mbps upload 15-30

Latency 40ms - 220 ms.  (which is weird because the latency on my wifi connected laptop is a consistent 20-24ms)

 

 

Other than what I just typed above.(Any mistakes I am making?)

 

This link describes using OpenDNS instead of what windows normally uses.

Would this work? Does it work? 

https://fossbytes.com/simple-dns-hack-to-get-faster-internet-speed/


Edited by chrisarnt, 15 December 2017 - 12:05 PM.


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