- If you are still using Internet explorer then it's time to switch. I suggest using FireFox or chrome.
- Now that you are using a better browser it's time to increase your cache size. This can be done through Internet options. If you can't find Internet options just do a quick Google search on how to do this. Cache Is a form of temporary storage that stores web pages, documents, images, and so on. With local copies of the data less bandwidth is used thus increasing your web browsing speed.
- Next we are going to switch your DNS server to Google. DNS is what takes www.google.com and finds the ip address of the server to pull the page that you want. If you have time Warner then chances are you have been having problems going to web pages. This is caused by Time Warners crap DNS servers. To fix this go to (Windows) start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter settings > right click interface > click IPv4 > properties > tick Use the following DNS server addresses: > for preferred put 18.104.22.168 and alternate 22.214.171.124
With these changes you should see a noticeable difference.