How to Increase Download Speed on Android, Windows, Mac and Linux
For your Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms, here’s a step-by-step guide on how to improve download speed. Internet speed is increasing and download speeds are unbelievably fast compared to a few years ago, with 4G, 5G, and Fiber-optic broadband. Downloads are now increasing in scale, though. There is a way to speed them up if you download a lot of large files. And that is without any new app being needed.
To boost the transfer speed, Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers have a feature called “Parallel Downloading.” It’s currently an experimental feature and by design, disabled. This feature will help you improve the transfer speed if you download a lot of large files. This is what it is like.
Parallel Upload breaks the download into many smaller parts and concurrently installs these parts to increase the internet capacity available. For a slower internet access, it is useful.
Steps to step improve download speed by enabling parallel downloads
- In the address bar, open the Chrome/Edge browser, select chrome:/flags (edge:/flags for Edge) and press Enter.
- Check for the flag “parallel.”
- Adjust ‘Parallel Downloding’ to Enabled from Normal.
- Relaunch the Chrome/Edge browser after clicking the experimental flag.
So, here is how to improve your Android, Windows, and other systems’ download speed. Big files are now easier to download.
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