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  1. if i limit bandwidth used for downloading windows products which setting gives me the...


    if i limit bandwidth used for downloading windows products which setting gives me the highest speed; 100% or 5%

    :)
     
    EdwardLayton, Nov 12, 2019
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  2. dalchina Win User

    Limit how much bandwidth is used for downloading updates?


    For interest from group policy:

    if i limit bandwidth used for downloading windows products which setting gives me the... [​IMG]


    From the tutorial as noted above:
    By default, we're dynamically optimizing the amount of bandwidth
    your device uses to both download and upload Windows and app
    updates, and other Microsoft products. But you can set a specific
    limit if you're worried about data usage.

    - which I read as 'there's no fixed default' - there's some algorithmic determination of what proportion of available bandwidth is used.

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    How to Limit Windows Updates Download Bandwidth on Windows 10
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    Limit Windows Update Bandwidth in Windows 10

    Windows Update has always used Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) to download updates. BITS uses idle bandwidth to get them, so in theory, if you are actively using your internet for something else, the algorithm for downloading of updates should sense this and back off or lower its bandwidth consumption. However, due to the size and frequency of Windows 10 updates, this does not seem to actually work as well on the latest OS, compared to previous releases of Windows. Many users have been complaining that Windows 10 updates disrupt their online activities too much. The newly added option to control the bandwidth should appease some of these complaints.
     
    dalchina, Nov 12, 2019
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  3. Limit how much bandwidth is used for downloading updates?


    I'm trying to understand exactly how this works in 1709. Here is the Setting Quote:
    "LIMIT HOW MUCH BANDWIDTH IS USED FOR DOWNLOADING UPDATES IN THE BACKGROUND"

    The reason is, when I first did a clean install I wanted to make the downloads go as fast as possible, so I set it to 90%, and now am thinking I actually Limited it to 90% from 100% and defeated my attempt at downloading faster?

    If I don't check this Box at all, will I get the Maximum Download Speed?

    If I check the Box and set it to 100% will that use more Bandwidth than the Default Settings with the Box Unchecked?

    Am I making sense at all here lol?

    It is saying it will Limit the Bandwidth so I assume it will only limit and not exceed the Default Settings? Limiting to 30% would be using less bandwidth than 90% right?

    Thanks,
     
    FunkMaster, Nov 12, 2019
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  4. if i limit bandwidth used for downloading windows products which setting gives me the...

    svchost using all of bandwidth

    Hi,

    Svchost is essential in the implementation of so-called shared service processes, where a number of services can share a process in order to reduce resource consumption. To resolve your issue, we recommend setting a bandwidth limits for background downloads.

    To set a bandwidth limits:

    • First, select the Start, then select Settings.
    • Then, Update & security, then Advanced options.
    • Select Delivery Optimization.
    • Choose Advanced options.

    if i limit bandwidth used for downloading windows products which setting gives me the... dc790e8f-3e9e-4ac6-8036-d0a4da78272d?upload=true.png


    Select Limit how much bandwidth is used for downloading updates in the background. Then use the slider to set the percentage of available bandwidth used for background downloads. Lower values use less bandwidth but cause updates to be delivered
    more slowly.

    We look forward to your response.
     
    Marvelos Reg, Nov 12, 2019
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