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 افضل برنامج لتسريع انت Cfospeed

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تاريخ التسجيل : 16/05/2012
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مُساهمةموضوع: افضل برنامج لتسريع انت Cfospeed    الخميس مايو 17, 2012 2:25 pm

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Cfospeed 8.00

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بعض مميزاتة

cFosSpeed 8.00 build 1946 -- 07-May-2012

! cFosSpeed will now automatically expand Windows' TCP RWIN as needed!
With our new "Automatic RWIN expansion" cFosSpeed will expand the RWIN (and
the matching window scaling) to a value that allows a download with full
speed and a delay of 100 msec.

This makes system-wide settings of "GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize" or
"TcpWindowSize" (under XP) superfluous and will keep your downloads fast even
if Windows 7 "auto-tuning" feature doesn't work for you.

As an added goodie it will provide fast download even for programs that
can not achieve full download speed because they provide too small buffers to
the Windows TCP/IP interface, like Cygwin SCP.

You can change the maximum delay (i.e. TCP round trip time), but that affects
memory consumption: cFosSpeed needs (delay in seconds) * (downloadspeed in
bytes/sec) bytes, i.e. for a DSL line with 25 mbits/s (about 3000 kbytes/s)
the memory requirement is 0.1 sec * 3000000 bytes/sec = 300 kbytes. To
change this time use the "spd gset expand_rwin_dest_time "
command.

* Added WMI support. cFosSpeed creates a WMI class 'cfosspeed_perf_data'
in the namespace \root\cfos which has all known skin variables as
properties (see www.cfos.de/en/skin/skin-reference.htm for details).
This allows WMI utilities to display the same information as in the
cFosSpeed status window. There is a little demo of how to access the
cFosSpeed WMI data: wmi_demo.hta in the cFosSpeed dialog folder.

* To help cFosSpeed work with mobile connections it now dynamically tries ping
TTL values until someone answers, max with TTL 24. This should help some
users, where the first 10 or so hops would not answer.

+ Skin section now have an optional parameter 'print_allowed'. You can set
it to 0 to disable this section when not rendered as normal window on
screen.

+ Added Slovenian language. That makes a total of 33 languages supported.
Even more languages are downloadable from our web site, here:
http://www.cfos.de/speed/documentation/lang.htm

+ cFosSpeed now checks every 2 days for program news. If there are any,
it displays the mail symbol in the status window and opens a url when
clicked. This feature is on by default. If you are not interested in
program news, you can turn it off in the context menu under "Options".

x Fixed a bug with negation of -s-iplist, -d-iplist, -r-iplist, -l-iplist
rules. Thanks to Oliver Niebur for the report.

x Added work-around for a Windows XP bug which prevented opening of web
sites.

x Fixed a bug in the XL skins, where Mbytes per seconds were not displayed
correctly. Thanks to Cody.

x cFosSpeed now installs on Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Thanks for all
feedback!

x Fixed a bug which prevented connections to be displayed by the keyboard
LED script. Thanks to yashpalshah for the report.

x On some machines spd.exe consumed a lot of CPU power and accessed the
registry heavily. Fixed. Thanks to Empyter.

x On some machines the status window is not always displayed after sleep.
Fixed.

x The on-the-fly prioritization dialog did not allow you to permanently
prioritise programs, which weren't already permanently prioritised.
Fixed.

- Integrated keyboard LED support into cFosSpeed.exe. It no longer uses
the scripting host.

- Program news will not be displayed immediately after first installation.

- Changed COM initialisation.

- Improved setupapi log file support.

- Added memory debugging.

- OEM versions no longer notify the user about updates.



cFosSpeed 7.00 build 1901 -- 8-Nov-2011

* Added manual priorisation for connections, i.e. you can set connections
to a desired class based on their addresses, l7-protocols or programs.
Use the "spd prio" (or prioritize or prioritise) command to set the prio
on the command line:

Help says:
prioritise tcp
prioritise udp
prioritise prot
prioritise prog
, , and may contain '?' and '*' wildcards.
examples:
prioritise tcp 192.168.8.204:52437 194.95.249.23:80 default
prioritise udp 192.168.8.204:* 208.67.222.222:53 high
prioritise prot *BULK low
prioritise prog utorrent.exe lowest

An upcoming version will have a GUI to set priorities.

* cFosSpeed now has class delay management: this regulates the delay of each
traffic class (which is user configurable) based on the amount of traffic
in the class in comparison to other classes.

Example: if you have a lot of traffic in your 'low' class and your 'high'
class traffic doesn't get enough bandwidth, cFosSpeed will introduce some
delay for the 'low' class, so it sends less rapidly and your 'high' class
streams get some additional performance.

This should greatly help heavy downloaders like torrent users.

* cFosSpeed will now actively slow down the rx-speed of download streams if
they are prioritised lower than other streams which run at the same time.
In other words: if you are watching a video stream in your brower (high
prio) and downloading at the same time (low prio), cFosSpeed will slow down
the downloads to make sure you get enough bandwidth for the the video.
But if the video is stopped, all bandwidth is again available for the
downloads.

This can be switched off by "spd gset throttle_fast 0". Default is on.

"spd classes" and "spd cons -wquot" et al. show a column named "wquot",
which is a quotient that shows how fast a stream resp. class is in
comparision to how fast it should be. E.g. a quotient of 1.00 means
perfect, 1.5 means 50% too fast, 0.8 means 20% too slow.

! To comply with the Windows design guides, cFosSpeed now stores all global
and Traffic Shaping related data in \ProgramData\cFos\cFosSpeed directory.
All user specific data, like selected language and skins, are stored in
\Users\\Appdata\Local\cFos\cFosSpeed.

! The -weight class parameter that is specified in the default settings does
now specify the weight of all rx-streams in a class and no longer the weight
of a single stream. This helps to keep fast sending streams of low priority
(like P2P) slower and higher prio streams faster. A exacter regulation is
still in development.

* Added On-the-fly prioritization. The "current connections" dialog now
has the option to prioritize a connection, protocol or program temporary
or easily add it to the prioritization scheme. Just click on a connection
to change its priority. In many cases it will be easier to use this dialog
than the normal program and protocol prioritization dialogs. So, for example,
while you work/play on your computer and notice a certain connection uses
too much bandwidth, you can click it and reduce its priority without changing
the general prioritization system.

+ You can now undo the change of priority by using a "spd prio none"
command (i.e. by specifying a command with the class name "none"). The class
is then reset to the value before the setting.

Only classes that are no longer 'idle' or 'working' can be changed in their
priority. Otherwise, they are not in use anyway, since 'idle' or 'working'
are only set on fresh connections were the priority could not yet been
determined.

+ Added filter expression -manual. It's true for packets on connections that
have been manually changed in their priority.

+ The "spd perf" setting is now automatically saved.

+ Added Indonesian & British English language. That makes a total of 32
languages supported. Even more languages are downloadable from our web site,
here: http://www.cfos.de/speed/documentation/lang.htm

+ The L7 detector now recognizes Bittorrent uTP.

+ -class rule works now for UDP connections as well.

+ "spd classes" command shows stats for all classes in table form.

+ Added -delay parameter for classes. With this you can make sure packets in
that class are sent only after a minimum delay time in the queue. That is,
-delay cann add some ADDITIONAL delay for packets. By default, all delays
are set to 0, i.e. no additional delays are introduced.

+ Added -class filter expression. This allows filtering after the class of a
TCP stream, i.e. you could use the filter "-tx -higher -class lower -c lower"
to filter out all TCP ACKs of streams that are classified as lower.

+ The program and protocol prioritization dialogs now have a button
to restore the prioritization settings to their default values.

+ The program prioritization dialog now allows you to suggest a newly added
program to the cFos team, so we can include it in future releases.

+ Changed the look of the current connections dialog. It also now has a
"Freeze" button to stop periodical update of the current connections.

+ Speeded protocol and program prioritization dialogs. This also
fixes the bug where IE9 causes page display problems when switching to
the games section.

+ Skins now support an x- and y- positioning offset. By specifying
x_ofs= and y_ofs= in the [all] section of the skin .INI you
can move the skin's default position by pixels to the right and
pixels to the bottom. This is useful, if the skins have shadows.

+ Auto-hide on fullscreen now also works after you opened/closed the
window manually. However, if you turn off auto-open/auto-hide
Auto-hide on fullscreen is also deactivated.

+ Due to popular demand, we added an option to lock the window position to
the window settings sub-menu.

+ Added Layer-7 stream detection for VLC and Media Player Classic.

+ From now on, installation archives contain both x86 and x64 flavours of
cFosSpeed ("fat" archives). The right Setup is started automatically.
Furthermore, the archives are packed with LZX, resulting in a higher
compression ratio.

- Status window auto-arrange is now turned off when you manually move the
status window.

- Added "spd echo ..." command that just echos the text to the trace file and
console.

x Fixed the 2 window problem and disabled line calibration / send test pings in
cfosspeed context menu.

x Fixed several bugs in the Online Budget/Counter dialogs.

x Fixed truncated l7-protocol names in connection overview.

x Fixed a crash. Thanks to Norbert Paradowski for dump file.

x When you press the freeze button in the current connections dialog and
then click on one of the sorter tabs, the current connections are still
refreshed and sorted.

x Fixed a bug where net_talk_bcast would not be saved properly and was lost
after the next restart. Thanks to Михаил Монахов for his bug report.

x Fixed bugs in rx-shaping code.

x Fixed a long-standing bug, where the status window would disappear
after stand-by/wake up.

x Fixed a bug where newer dialog html files would not overwrite the old
ones during an update installation.

x Fixed a bug that caused the driver not to load sometimes after booting.

x If a ping_dest has been set by the user we accept ping replies ("pongs")
to any TTL. Otherwise, only ping replies to TTLs 2-4 are accepted. Thanks
to tomtores for inspiration.

x Fixed a rare bluscreen.

x Added check against NULL pointer in Windows 7 mobile broadband driver status
messages. Thanks to marmal for bug report and dump file.



cFosSpeed 6.60 build 1852 -- 11-May-2011

* Added support for Logitech G15 and G19 Gamer keyboards. When cFosSpeed
detects such a keyboard, it offers a the option to display the status
window on the display of the G15 or G19 display. If you enable it,
the skin windows will then be displayed on the keyboards display,
thereby offering all cFosSpeed Traffic Shaping information during
fullscreen mode apps / games. In addition, you can switch between
low latency / favour bandwidth wit the Button 1 on the G15 and the
UP Button on the G19.

Skins for Logitech G15 & G19 were donated by Ingo Günther.

* Added keyboard LED indicators. cFosSpeed can indicate certain
traffic shaping values by blinking the Num Lock and Scroll Lock
LEDs. See http://www.cfos.de/en/cfosspeed/documentation/keyboard-leds.htm
for more information.

+ When the traffic class is still not set (at the beginning of a connection)
the class column will display "working" or nothing. If more traffic is
coming, the class name will be shown or when no rule matches and no class
has yet been set for a connection the class is set to default.

+ If traffic shaping is (partly) inactive, this is now shown in "spd speed"
command.

+ Added -udp-vol rule: it counts the volume of an UDP pseudo-connection.
Volume in this sense are all bytes including the IP and UDP header.
Added -udp-cnt rule: it counts the number of UDP packets in an UDP
pseudo-connection.

+ Extended arguments for -tcp-seq and -tcp-cnt rules to 64 bit.

+ Added gset variable tx_shape, default 1, to en/disable tx-shaping globally.

x TCP SYNs were not properly prioritized. Fixed.

x Uploads do now slow down downloads less than before.

x Fixed behaviour of overlapping active areas in skins. Now the topmost one
catches the mouse click.

x For troubleshooting, you can now specify the Net Talk broadcast address.
Use "spd set net_talk_bcast x.x.x.x" to do that, address 0.0.0.0 means
use default, which is 255.255.255.255 or the subnet broadcast address like
192.168.0.255. Thanks to Drool for inspiration.

x Fixed serious bug in -l7-prot, -udp-prog, -tcp-prog and -prog filter rules
when they were used with negation (like -l7-prot !@user.ini/normalprots).
This caused program and protocol settings to malfunction if you had made
changes to them (changes are recorded in user.ini and filter rules contain
negations to read them properly). This bug was introduced in since
v5.13.1694. Thanks to km for his bug reports.

x The installer started the status window with elevation. Fixed.

x Fixed installation problems where cfosspeed.exe could not be overwritten.

x Fixed a potential problem when stopping a system service. Thanks to Richard
B. for testing.

x Skins would not display more than 21Mb/s speed. Fixed. Thanks to kamcm for
bug report.

x Fixed a long-standing problem where cFosSpeed might perform poorly after a
wakeup from standby. Notably, UDP connections would not time-out and ever
increase in numbers.

x Fixed a error where certain skins would be incorrectly loaded and thus not
displayed at all.

x Fixed a bug in -prog and -l7-prot filters: they did not properly accept
multiple arguments separated by commas. Thanks to Thomas Quella for his bug
report.

x Large ping values were always displayed as 999ms. Fixed.

x On some machines the status window was always topmost. Fixed.

x Fixed a spurious freeze. Thanks to Andrey Chernov for dump file.

x For Windows 7 the main icon is not hidden as long as at least one icon skin
is displayed. Otherwise Windows cannot remember the icon settings. If you
don't want to see the main icon, you can disable it in the context menu. For
older OSes the main icon is hidden as long as at least one icon skin is
displayed.

x Variance accommodation now works for satellite connections with their very
long ping times as well. Thanks to ipcopter.de for help and support.

x No pinger boot will be done if both rx_shape and tx_shape are 0.

x Better tracking if test-pings reached the destination. If so, pinger will
not be used for burst and pingstat line starts with a '+'.

- Tested cFosSpeed with "teaming". We used an Intel Gigabit ET Dual Port
Server Adapter and their most recent teaming software v16.2. Please note:
The route to the Internet must go through the virtual teaming adapter,
not through one of the individual teamed adapters.

- Important notifications, e.g. the calibration notification and the trial
period expiration messages are now indicated by a symbol in the status window
if the skin supports it. Otherwise, the usual browser popup is used.
If you click on the symbol the corresponding website is displayed.

- The options menu is now also available for non-admins.

- More trace output for an installation problem where the service can not be
deleted.

- By default max_trace_size is now 10 mbytes.

- Switched to new compiler.

- If for some reason test-pings reach their destination (i.e. they are not
returned with "TTL exceeded"), we inhibit further test-pings with that TTL.



cFosSpeed 6.50 build 1810 -- 9-Feb-2011

* cFosSpeed now features packet loss avoidance. Some Internet connections
have a very small packet buffer for incoming data. This buffer is quickly
overrun when too much data is received, leading to packet loss. The packet
loss is then detected by the sending TCP and the rate of transmission is
lowered. Nevertheless, this leads to higher ping times and packet loss
for all data received, even UDP data used for Gaming or VoIP. Tests show
that the packet loss rate can be as high as 5%.

Now cFosSpeed detects this packet loss in TCP streams and keeps the streams
from sending too much data. This avoids packet loss, leading to much lower
loss rates, fewer SACKs and sometimes much better throughput.

The feature is on by default, but can be switched off by setting
"spd gset avoid_loss 0 -save" or switching off "Packet loss avoidance" under
Options, Settings, Preferences.

* New parameters to set the desired ping delays in both directions: tx_delay,
tx_width, rx_delay and rx_width. cFosSpeed tries to keep the ping between
tx_delay and tx_delay + tx_width when sending and between rx_delay and
rx_delay + rx_width when receiving. The values are in usec. Removed
variable dest_width.

Added delay_auto setting, true by default. If set, it will automatically
set rx_delay and rx_width to sensible values. If you want your own values
in rx_delay and rx_width, you just assign some value to them or switch off
delay_auto.

+ Rx-shaping is now more precise. It limits sending streams quicker to
a proper speed.

+ Tx-shaping has now a better average ping time, since cFosSpeed doesn't try to
increase the send speed so often, much less so in low latency mode. This
lowers average ping time by about 8 msec in pure upload tests here.

+ Added Bulgarian language. That makes a total of 29 languages supported.
Even more languages are downloadable from our web site, here:
http://www.cfos.de/speed/documentation/lang.htm

+ Increased installation speed.

+ Even if "Automatic MSS (MTU) optimization" is off (default), a set msslimit
and the intrinsic limit of the medium (like 1492 for PPPoE) will be used to
change the MSS. Therefore, it's good to set the medium properly. Plus,
it helps rx-shaping.

+ Classes can now have -tos switch set to set TOS byte on all outgoing
packets. Since TOS and DSCP both are stored in the same byte, they are
incompatible to one another: you can not use both at the same time.

+ Added dumping of TOS values for "spd dump ...".

+ Added "spd vari" command to show variance sample data. It accepts parameters
-clean to force cleaning of old values, -clear to clear all values and -set
to force use of the calculated variance.

+ Added SACK statistics in "spd netstat" and "spd perf on" output.

+ Added "nsclear" command to clear the "netstat" counters.

+ Added filter expressions -l, -r, -l-mynet, -r-mynet, -l-bcast, -r-bcast,
-l-iplist and -r-iplist. They work like the -s and -d, etc. pendants, just
for local and remote addresses, i.e. invariant of the direction of traffic.

+ Added gset variable "max_hops" (default 8) to allow cFosSpeed to ping with
higher TTLs. Allowed TTL values are 8 - 16. If you change it, you should
use "spd pingboot" afterwards. Thanks to gj090879 for inspiration.

+ Added global variable "vari_trace". When switched off new variance data is
no longer dumped to trace.txt; that is the default now.

+ Added information about cFosSpeed ports to "Options", "Settings",
"Adapter Info" dialog.

x Fixed a bug in RWIN calculation of rx-shaping. Fixed another bug in rx_limit
code and other fixes in rx-shaping.

x Fixed a serious bug that affected TCP volume counting of sent traffic.
Thanks to Toxic for his trace.

x Setting a new iplist name under preferences didn't read the IPlist into
memory right away, but only on the next start. Fixed. Thanks to Laurentius
Węckowski for bug report.

You can list all loaded IPlists with the command "spd showiplists".

x Fixed a problem where variance would not be properly calculated after pinger
was changed. Thanks to Gothico for the trace.

x Fixed another bug that affected volume counting when net_talk was enabled,
but no other user was using cFosSpeed.

x Fixed bug in medium settings for media cable, frame_count, cable_mixed, 3g.

x Fixed a problem where cFosSpeed could cause too much delay in tx direction.

x "spd set ..." settings made on the command line would be lost if changes were
made in the HTA applets afterwards. Fixed. Thanks to Toxic for his tests.

x Fixed a problem where maxtxraw might become too large. Thanks to
Toxic for the trace.

x Setting msslimit to 536 with medium PPPoE had no effect. Fixed.

x Removed the additional up to 4 pings per second; it's again sending only 2
pings per second.

x Fixed a freeze with WLAN cards. Thanks to Stefan Goerick for his dump.

x Switching an adapter On/Off didn't bind/unbind it immediately. Fixed.

x The TCP MSS will no longer be lowered if the medium "adaptive" is set. If
you know the type of your connection, set it properly under Options,
Settings, Traffic Shaping, , Options. If you have some DSL variant
cFosSpeed might reduce the TCP MSS on your connections to gain up to 3%
speed if "Automatic MSS (MTU) optimization" is switched on.

x Fixed some erroneous UTF-8 BOMs in settings.ini.

x Fixed a problem where data would sometimes not be written properly to
data.ini. Thanks to AndyC for his case.

- Thanks for the help of bandbreite, Shaori, noname, Toxic, Pinhead, Schimi
and Gothico for their tests!



cFosSpeed 6.10 build 1774 -- 2-Dec-2010

+ If your line is fast cFosSpeed will send up to 4 pings per second to probe
for congestion. This will provide more accurate results.

+ Added "calibrated" value to "spd speed" output to show how well calibrated
cFosSpeed already is; a value of 0 means "not at all", 100 means "fully".

+ cFosSpeed is now trying harder to keep starting TCP streams from congesting
the downstream path.

+ Improvements for key registration when user has IPv6, but connectivity fails
somehow.

+ Added gset variable "max_hops" (default 8) to allow cFosSpeed to ping with
higher TTLs. Allowed TTL values are 8 - 16. If you change it, you should
use "spd pingboot" afterwards. Thanks to gj090879 for inspiration.

x Tamed Kaspersky hint. It is now displayed only 3 times.

x Fixed a bug with key registration behind a proxy server.

x TTL 1, broadcast and multicast were erroneously considered Internet traffic.
Fixed.

x Increased value for avg_time to improve accuracy of maximum speed
measurements.

- Removed TCP pinger.

- Added more trace output when key activation fails.



cFosSpeed 6.04 build 1753 -- 19-Nov-2010

! Removed cfosspeed.dll which was needed for installation under Windows 2000.

+ Added automatic check for new versions. cFosSpeed checks every 7 days for a
new release. You can also set it to check for new beta versions, which are
checks for every 2 days. If you don't like to update, you can choose to
skip the new version. Then there will be displayed no balloon tips for this
version any more. Otherwise, a click on the balloon brings you to our
download page.

+ Net_talk packets are tamed and sent out only every 15 seconds if there is no
other cFosSpeed found.

+ Speeded ICMP packet handling. Thanks to Archer for report.

+ Added option to context menu to send test pings for 60 seconds. This works
even if traffic shaping is disabled.

+ Improved pinger selection when ping reliability is low.

+ No pings are sent when there was no traffic for some time. This is to help
disconnect-on-idle functionality.

+ Added "Unknown" protocol to priority dialogs as well.

x If net_talk was switched off, received net_talk packets were ignored as well.
Now even then, received packets are used, although no packets are sent out.
If you want to disable listening to net_talk packets as well, switch off
net_talk_default.

x Fixed some program priorities and bugs in dialog. Again thanks to Yochanan.

x Fixed bug in service startup code.

x Fixed a bug where the installer would ask for your email address even if he
already did so in some earlier installation after you changed the installer
language.

x Fixed bug in Adapter Info dialog.

- License keys that included a limited 1-year update right and were sold until
July 2008 for a special price no longer work now. If you want to continue to
use cFosSpeed, please purchase an update.

- Added hint to upgrade to Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 if a 2010 version
is found under Vista or higher.

- Reorganized context menu. Moved the Traffic Shaping menu options into
a new Traffic Shaping menu.



cFosSpeed 6.02 build 1722 -- 22-Sep-2010

+ Changed the routing detection. This should make the "redetect routes"
option obsolete and help automatically find the Traffic Shaping route,
even if other programs don't report their route changes correctly.
Thanks to Armor Darks for the advice.

x Fixes for IE 9 beta in the dialog scripts.

x Some improvements for skins.



cFosSpeed 6.00 build 1700 -- 13-Sep-2010

* cFosSpeed can now communicate with other cFosSpeed drivers on your LAN to
share statistical data of how much each of them sent. This increases the
accuracy of traffic shaping with more than one machine. We call this
feature "net_talk". Statistics are sent out as UDP packets (by default on
port 889) five times a second with TTL 1 to your local subnet broadcast
address, so they will never leave your LAN.

cFosSpeed will show other party's traffic in the Liquid Crystal skins
together with your own traffic, just less intensely coloured. The Traffic
Analysis skins show the total traffic as small bars under the numerical
speed display.

There is the new command "ts" or "talkstat" to see which other machines on
your LAN use cFosSpeed. The variable "net_talk" can be set to 0 to disable
this feature. You can change the UDP port number with the global variable
"net_talk_port"; it must be the same on all machines in the LAN.

* cFosSpeed now measures the variance of ping packets and uses this value
when shaping. Usually the variance is quite small (e.g. with DSL 16 mbit/s
it's about 4ms), but with wireless networks it can be substantially higher.

This value can be accessed via variable "variance" (spd set variance). If
you don't want this value to be automatically changed by cFosSpeed, set the
global variable "vari_fixed" to 1 (spd gset vari_fixed 1 -save).

The "variance" variable will not be automatically changed if you have
selected the variable non-cooperative algorithm, since cFosSpeed will not
know if changes in ping time are due to variance or traffic from other LAN
users. If you use more than one machine on the LAN, be sure to use cFosSpeed
on all of them with variable cooperative algorithm.

The statistical data on which the variance calculation is based will decay
after 15 minutes, so values that are too old will not be used.

* New skins added: "TA Insight Skin", with Windows 7 look and real-time
analysis. Both traffic analysis skins now have a ping variance display and
a traffic shaping indicator. The ping variance display shows the variance
and statistical certainty of the ping times of your connection. The traffic
shaping indicator flashes whenever a packet is prioritized, i.e. when it is
sent faster than it would without traffic shaping.

* Technology update: cFosSpeed is now an NDIS 6 driver for Vista and Windows 7.
Thereby cFosSpeed supports the improved performance of the new network
architecture.

* Mobile Broadband Plattform of Windows 7 is now supported. So users of UMTS,
WCDMA, CDMA2000, etc. equipment with native mobile broadband drivers can now
enjoy the benefits of cFosSpeed Traffic Shaping.

* The "Programs" and "Protocols" dialogs under "Settings" now allow setting
tx-limits per program resp. per protocol, i.e. maximum send speeds. See
below for "limit classes and filters" for a more technical explanation of the
feature.

* New adapter info dialog to display info about the network cards in your
system. There is detailed info for WLAN and WWAN. For WLAN you can
try to use the channel recommendation for best throughput in "crowded"
areas. But remember the frequency usage may change from minute to minute.
For WWAN (Win 7 mobile broadband adapters) you get detailed information
about the state of your UMTS/WCDMA/Wi-Max/etc. device.

+ Ingo Günther (our graphics artist) donated again a new icon skin which nicely
displays LAN traffic with the Net Talk feature.

+ Added "DivX" to the list of streaming agents for the layer-7 protocol
detection.

+ HTTP GET requests are now sent to the high queue regardless of the class of
their connection.

+ The skins can now load images with GDI+, thus supporting the formats PNG,
TIFF, JPG and GIF. Images of dialogs are now in PNG format. The skins can
now use XRGB 32bit bitmap files, in addition to the ARGB format.

+ Added download option for more skins in the context menu.

+ Two more languages added: Ukrainian & Vietnamese. That makes a total of 28
languages supported. Even more languages are downloadable from our web site,
here: http://www.cfos.de/speed/documentation/lang.htm

+ The count of connections displayed in skin windows now by default displays
the sum of TCP + UDP connections (formerly it was only TCP connections), but
can be switched to either only TCP, only UDP or both by clicking on the
count.

+ Global variables (accessible through "spd gset") are now written to the
registry as well, so cFosSpeed can use them when booting.

+ Added l7-detection for Teredo (and Teredo bulk) IPv6 tunnelling. Thanks to
Zbig for inspiration.

+ Global variable checksum_ip may now be set to 2 as well, meaning that IP
checksum will only be checked on incoming packets.

+ cFosSpeed now uses link speeds as reported by Windows as upper limits.

! gset variable default_reg_id is now called reg_id_default.

! Variables rx_dest_width and tx_dest_width have been replaced with only one
variable: dest_width.

x Pinging with UDP is now preferred over ICMP, if both work. UDP pinging is
more reliable. This should fix Traffic Shaping not working properly with
some routers.


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