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but i am having a question .. how can i know if someone stolemy speed router.. and i want to know who's doing that ... do there is any programs for that .. thanks for help ... and bye
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Hi Crisher

I think you have the wrong forum,this one is for wood working routers

But you can get software that will trace the IP down and tell you who is trying to use your machine..
One free one is ZoneAlarm but many others can track it down to his street address..
Many hackers like to use your computer and that can kill your the speed of your router..

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I am A new Member in this forum .. it is so good in router problems and help
but i am having a question .. how can i know if someone stolemy speed router.. and i want to know who's doing that ... do there is any programs for that .. thanks for help ... and bye



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Another thing that reduces speed happens with out most people understanding it. Many programs will act as a server allowing others to use your computing speed and power without you knowing it. One example is Yahoo Messenger. Any time you install a program and you get a message that it is trying to act as a server you should deny the request. This way you are the only one using your PC.

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