The How to of Managing all Your Internet Needs when its Slow
Having a fast internet connection is only one part to having a pleasant experience with your connection. However, there will be times when your connection will get slower, and there can be umpteen reasons to why it happens. Internet companies aggregate the total bandwidth between all their customers, and during peak times even an extremely fast connection will appear like a dial-up service. But that does not happen always to be fair to the companies who strive to provide the best that technology can help. Still there are many things that you can do to make it work better for you during those times and benefit immensely. Follow them for your own benefit. You are certain to feel satisfied.
If you are sending multiple files it can be good idea to compress them before you send. Use a compression utility that will make your files smaller and easy to transport across the internet. Besides they will also occupy a smaller space on your hard disk, and even easier to locate should you need them to resend. It will even show that you care for the recipients. Remember they too can be experiencing the very same difficulties you are into. There are many compressing utility software that you can use and many of them are free too. All that you need to do is make a search over the internet and locate the most commonly used ones.
If reading is all that you do, then turning off the graphics can dramatically change the way your page loads. Graphics invariable demands a large amount of bandwidth that your connection cannot afford at times. Most browsers have this feature in-built, so finding them and using is not really a difficult task. Likewise if you are sending a graphic rich document with little necessity for the graphics to display, then why not only send the text. That way it is a win-win situation for both the sender and the recipients as well. It is also a great money saver if your internet service providers charge you by the data volume.
When sending mail to multiple recipients, perhaps 20 or 30 then using the distribution list that comes with mailing client programs will work best. It is also a great way to save hours if you were to send them individually. There many great features if you wish to hide the address from falling into the hands of recipients. All that you need to do is use the Bcc feature that is common to mail client programs. Like wise use a mail client program to download your mails and read them offline rather than reading them online. It not only saves precious bandwidth, but also your time.
Why include a lot of graphics in your email when you don’t need to. It can be annoying to you and your recipient as well. Instead a straight forward distinct signature will do the trick. In fact the readers will be happy to receive mails from people who are considerate enough to understand mailing etiquette. That will even work wonderfully well for your business. Remember that there cannot be anything more annoying than a mail that takes ages to download.
Optimize your browsing experiencing by saving your web pages and viewing them later, rather than going online every time. If at all you need a fresh update you can always do that by refreshing with the right web address on the address bar. It puts lesser strain on the host as well as on your bandwidth demand. It is always better, that should something go wrong either with yours or the host’s servers you will still be able to see the information you want.
Finally you can reset you computer’s temporary cache and that of the browser’s as well to make your download faster. Follow these instructions and you will get a pleasant experience in spite of all the vagaries of internet.
Nathan Brown T - About Author:
Nathan Brown is a freelance writer and likes to write on varieties of topics: Health related; clothing; exercises; TV; internet services; phones, energy saving, home security, fire prevention and more. Readers are welcome to visit Fast Internet to see for themselves those web pages he frequents.
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