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is there anyway i can control my bandwith, for example i want to limit my bandwith from 256kbps to 56kbps... and im using windows xp rite now
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Perhaps a good start should be Bandwidth Control for Windows --> http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies-archive.cfm/65793.html

Here you can find links to several bandwidth limiting programs and grab a evalution version for testing.

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most of the tools available will require you to pay a fee. to do this free you can use windows QOS service or do it using your firewall
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