cFosSpeed (64 bit) 10.50 B2338Traffic Shaping driver for DSL modems
cFosSpeed is a Traffic Shaping driver for DSL modems and routers.
Internet acceleration and advanced Traffic Shaping for: USB DSL Modems, Routers and LAN DSL Modems.
cFosSpeed (64 bit) 10.50 B2338 details
|Released:||Apr 26, 2019|
|File size:||5.60 MB|
|Keywords:||Speed Booster, Traffic Optimizer, Internet Boost, acceleration, accelerate, traffic, cFos Speed, 64bit (x64)|
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cFosSpeed (64 bit) for Windows 10 - Full description
cFosSpeed for Windows x64 now has a context menu option to start and configure (or stop) the Wi-Fi access point easily.
If your PC is connected to the router via Wi-Fi, you can share the same adapter for the ad hoc Wi-Fi access point. Or you can use the Wi-Fi adapter exclusively for the Wi-Fi access point if your PC is connected to the router via network cable. In this case the Wi-Fi bandwidth is fully available for your mobile devices, like smartphone or tablet.
When you have cFosSpeed installed on this PC, the Wi-Fi data is routed through cFosSpeed and, via its Layer-7 protocol detection, cFosSpeed can prioritize the traffic. If you frequently use smartphones and tablets for VoIP or streaming traffic, like music or movies, we recommend to add a Wi-Fi adapter to your PC and route the traffic of your mobile devices through this PC and cFosSpeed. n.
cFosSpeed increases your throughput and reduces your Ping.
Keep your internet fast during heavy upload/download
Improve your Ping for online games
Reduce audio/video streaming problems
Wi-Fi access point
cFos Traffic Shaping for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
cFosSpeed supports a wide variety of connections, like DSL, cable, ISDN, UMTS, etc.
cFosSpeed has two goals
1. Keep network delays (ping times) small, in order to make Internet applications as responsive as possible.
2. Improve data throughput by avoiding network congestions.
You can use cFosSpeed with an Internet connection you use exclusively or which you share with several PCs.
Broadband: Cable and DSL
Narrow band: Modem and ISDN
Mobile (LTA, UMTS, WiMAX, HSDPA, W-CDMA, WCDMA, CDMA, CDMA2000, 3G Mobile, HSCSD)
DSL, PPPoA (Vcmux and LLC)
IP over AAL
Router and dial-up connections
LAN and WLAN
Router and Bridge-Mode
Multiple connections simultaneously
Several IP adresses per adapter
Prioritization - Your important streams first
With the cFosSpeed prioritization scheme you can always give all your programs full bandwidth, because cFosSpeed decides which streams must be prioritized.
For example Game-Traffic, VoIP, or Audio/Video content will be prioritized higher than uploads / downloads.
Your filesharing may use unlimited speed of your Internet connection, but it will be slowed down when you have important traffic.
The whole prioritization scheme is configurable and you can change the prioritization on-the-fly.
Full download rate during upload
Consistently quick response time of your Internet even under heavy load
Substantially less lag in online games
Improved VoIP speech quality
Nice status window (with skins), so you always see what's going on