Apple’s Broadband Tuner

Apple is offering a new software that promises to optimize and add a little zest to your broadband connections. The software called Broadband Tuner , “increases the default values for the size of the TCP send and receive buffers. With larger buffers more data can be in transit at once. A startup configuration file is also updated so that these changes will persist across restarts.” I bet this is more to do with increase in the size of files currently being downloaded to an Apple box. Music, videos and podcasts are hefty files that can clog up your broadband connections, especially the puny ones from US DSL providers. Download it from here. I will do a full review later. (Hat Tip, Niall)

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