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Internet Explorer’s Annoying Download Limit: Fixed

Lifehacker has a hugely helpful Registry fix that allows Internet Explorer 7 to have unlimited simultaneous downloads. See, IE7 only allows you to download two files at once, and makes you sit around like a dope waiting for one to finish before it allows you another. By changing this Registry key, you can increase that amount to unlimited, letting you download as you damn well please.

The Registry key is located at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings, you need to create a new 32-bit DWORD called MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server, set the value to 3, then create another DWORD called MaxConnectionsPerServer and again set it to 3. That’s it. Enjoy!

May 1st, 2007 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Internet Explorer, Applications, General | 2 comments



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  2. Hey, can you help me please! When I start downloading like after it doenloads to 5% or somewhere close it stops? Can you please help me? I tried downloading small things it still stops, I dont know why.If you would I would be soo happy!! email me at sk8_n_sh0w@hotmail.com

    Comment by valeriy | May 6, 2007

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