Regardless of what your age may be and regardless of your profession, having faster streaming is always a cool thing. That’s not to mention the perks that come with. However, in achieving that desire some expenses must be made, as it doesn’t come cheap. And so you have to ask yourself, is your internet fast enough for streaming? Well, the truth is, it can never be fast enough, especially when the streaming speed is being interfered with by what may be unknown factors. We’ve prepared a guide for a faster streaming.

What can these factors be?

A lot of things can get in between faster streaming and yourself, and they mostly involve things that slow down your device. You might like to close all of the applications, as you’ll find that they may have the system work harder than it usually does making the streaming speed down. Another trick that can help is deleting your browser history. Finally you can try opening a command prompt as administrator and run “netsh winsock reset” and reboot your computer which often helps resolve a lot of issues with slow Internet, especially with web browsing. The browser history affects the browser’s performance, and though the internet speed isn’t affected by the browser, it’s the browser’s ability to process the information efficiently that may become obstructed. The quality of the video is usually a factor with great impact on your streaming speed. Perhaps by lowering the video quality, you might be getting whatever it is you’re watching to stream quicker.

Of course, for your streaming service to work at its best you’ll need VPN, which helps protect your location and device whilst having you bypass geographical restrictions, allowing for a faster streaming. Comments on this reddit thread online claim they aren’t all alike in quality, which means you’ll have to do your research when looking to buy one. You may want to look for good one’s with torrenting, that is, if you use torrents.

How to get faster streaming?

As mentioned before, the browser can play a role in giving you that difference in speed. And though some things are related to performance, it’s mainly hardware issues that you must be focused on. So, if you’re operating on Wi-Fi, try to change to an Ethernet cable connection instead. It’ll prove to be more stable and faster. Your internet provider is naturally one thing you must look at. Each service provider will be offering varied quality in different areas, so look for the best one in your location. You can do so by testing their speeds. However, the data pack you choose will also influence the speed of your streaming. That said, make sure you buy the best one.

Typically, your choice of router is very important, and that cannot be stressed enough. It should be one with the capacity of delivering high speeds, making your streaming experience a whole lot easier. Look into buying the best your money can buy, and make sure it provides continuous connectivity to all of your devices. Hardware acceleration can potentially help with fast streaming. By turning it off, you’ll allow the application to select hardware resource requirements, which can aid the streaming speed.

Some of these tips and tricks depend on your budget, but what you should be looking to do is make sure nothing is weighing your browser down, and of course sign in with a good internet provider. Faster streaming is guaranteed to make your life, at least 10 times better, and a whole lot easier.

Tom Parillo

Tom Parillo

I am interested in all things technology, especially automation, robotics and tech that helps change how society will live in the future.