How to Enable Network Card Processor on Computer

Keep in mind that the network card (LAN card) consists of two types, ie a network card that has a processor (LAN Card Onboard Processor) and network cards that do not have the processor. Usually, the most widely available in the market and most widely used by computer users is the network card that does not have the processor.

The difference of the two types of network cards is the speed in transferring data because there are an processors on one of the network cards. However, processor located on the network card must be enabled and user effected in advance so get the results as expected.

For you who has a network card processor, it helps to learn the tricks on this one. Because, after the type of network card that has a processor that is installed on your computer, then the processor must be switched on with the practice of this trick. The results obtained are in addition to accelerating the data transfer can also speed up your computer processor. What do you think about this trick? Very interesting and not sophisticated enough.

For that, do this trick carefully and cautiously as follows:
  • Start the registry editor tool.
  • Go to the following subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ Current ControlSet \ Services \ Tcpip \ Parameters
  • Upon entry to the Parameters subkey, adding new value into it with the following specifications.
Value name: DisableTaskOffload
Value type: DWORD Value
Value data: 0x00000000 (0)
Picture of A dialog box DisableTaskOffload
  • Restart your computer to get the maximum results.
So, that is tips and step by step how to enable network card processor on the computer via the registry editor.

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