Disable Network Protocols in the Network Adapter

14 Mar

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Network protocols are used to set network rules and principles in network connections and data transfer. Most of them are not needed though for most users and it aids primarily computer security since and intruder can exploit some of them through their corresponding applications and afterwards network speed when disabling them. The most common and present in a Windows 8 system protocols are:

Client for Microsoft Networks: The Client for Microsoft Networks component allows a computer to access resources on a Microsoft network.

QoS Packet Scheduler: The Quality of Service Packet Scheduler is a Windows platform component that is enabled by default and is designed to control the IP traffic for various network services, as a method of network bandwidth management that can monitor the importance of data packets and based on the priority of the packet.

File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks: The File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft…

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