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Any suggestions for speeding up an ADSL modem running Mac OSX Tiger (10.4.3)?  

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  1. 1. Any suggestions for speeding up an ADSL modem running Mac OSX Tiger (10.4.3)?

    • My average download is about 1 Mbps. I supposed to have (up to) 1.5 down and 512k up. My uplaod averages are about 415K. I can live with the upload but, would like to get my down speed up to about 1.3Mbps.
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I am running a Power Mac dual 2.0 processor with OSX Tiger (10.4.3) with an ADSL modem. My download average is about 1 mbps and upload is averaging about 415 kbps. My isp says I have 1.5 down and 512k up Max. I can live with 415 up but would like to get my download speed up to about 1.3 mbps. Sometimes, I can get 1.25 mbps download but would like to get my (average...1 mbps) upload average to about 1.3 mbps down. Anybody else out there using Mac computer running tiger? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!

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check out this http://www.versiontracker.com/macosx/ its the bestplace to get anything for a mac its the place i use. on my mac ive never had to tweak my settings i aways got very fast speeds. and what browser are you using to run the download tests. Becasue if your using safari its just a slow browser

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