With a simple Registry tweak, it is now possible to speed up your Internet browsing by increasing the number of simultaneous requests to an HTTP server. Before you apply this tip, it is highly recommended to back up Windows registry, or create a system restore point so that you be in the safe side when something wrong occurs.
1. Press Windows+R keys, type regedit, then press Enter.
2. Open now this Registry path:
3. At the right side of the window, right click on an empty space, click New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Create also another one.
4. Now right click on the first DWORD value, click Rename, and enter MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server. Right click on the second DWORD value, click Rename, and EnterMaxConnectionsPerServer.
5. Double click now on MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server, enter 16in hexadecimal value box (value must be between 8 and 32), then click OK.
6. Double click now on MaxConnectionsPerServer, enter 8 in hexadecimal value box (value must be between 4 and 24), then click OK.
7. Close now the Registry Editor and restart your computer. That's it.
It is not recommended to select a very high value because this might have the opposite effect of slowing down your connection. You can adjust these settings depending on the performance you observe.