How to speed Up HTTP Requests On Internet Explorer

 07/19/2017 - 04:25
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To comply with current Internet standards, Internet Explorer limits the number of simultaneous downloads to two downloads, plus one queued download. This configuration is a function of the browser. However, as connection speeds increase, and the number of total connections that are allowed to Internet servers increase, the two-connection limit may be restrictive.

Please Note: Changing the maximum number of connections beyond two is a violation of Internet standards; use at your own risk!

To increase the number of simultaneous connections that are allowed, follow these steps:

1. Start the Registry Editor

2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Internet Settings

3. Select New > DWORD Value from the Edit menu

4. Name the new value MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server

5. Right-click the MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server value and choose Modify

6. Under Base, click the radio button next to Decimal

7. In the Value Data: box enter the number of simultaneous connections you want to set (for example 10 is a good value), and 8. click OK

9. Repeat steps 3 - 7 using the new value MaxConnectionsPerServer

10. Exit the registry editor

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