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The new RX Shaping not only avoids network congestion, but actively controls the speed of your downloads according to the cFosSpeed prioritization scheme. To achieve that, cFosSpeed now has
New major feature: Class Delay Management
cFosSpeed's RX Shaping reduces latency and avoids network congestion by controlling the TCP window size. With today's high-speed connections or with many simultaneous connections it may not be fine-grained enough to simply adjust the window size.
cFosSpeed's new technology, named "Class Delay Management", delays outgoing TCP ACKs if fine grained RX speed adjustment is necessary. This reduces the overall ping time during downloads and prevents network congestion if there are many downloads at the same time. In addition cFosSpeed will now more actively slow down other connections if high priority streams like video or audio are detected.
You can now change the priority of any of your connections just by clicking at it. If one connection consumes too much bandwidth, you can temporarily reduce its priority. Just click on the connection to open the new On-the-Fly prioritization dialog.
Lots of minor improvements, like Bittorrent uTP detection, faster
and simplified dialogs and status window and lots of bug fixes.
For details see WHATSNEW.TXT.
See also our new video which demonstrates the new cFosSpeed features: