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Leap Seconds for the AppDev: What you should know

Author: Travis Luke Last week my esteemed colleague Dan Cuomo introduced Leap Seconds support for Windows 10 including what you need to know if you’re an IT Pro. If you’re an application developer, the things you need to know are ... continue reading
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LEDBAT: Public Service Announcement

There is buzz on the IT Blogs & Boards that LEDBAT isn’t working as advertised on Windows Server 2016 and up – this is easily explained and is the result of a misconfiguration that is also easily remedied. The symptoms ... continue reading
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TCP Templates for Windows Server 2019 – How to tune your Windows Server Transports (Advanced users only πŸ˜‰)

Windows TCP parameters can be configured using templates. However, Windows TCP template tuning is one of the deepest darkest mysteries throughout the land. There is only one solution to this problem. Simplicitas ad redigendum (according to Bing) this is Latin ... continue reading
Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #8 A Faster, Safer Internet

Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #8 A Faster, Safer Internet

Authors: Gabriel Montenegro, Daniel Havey Share On: TwitterΒ  Share On: LinkedIn This blog is part of a series for the Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019! -- Click HERE to see the other blogs in this series. Look ... continue reading
Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #9 LEDBAT – Latency Optimized Background Transport

Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #9 LEDBAT – Latency Optimized Background Transport

Share On: Twitter Β  Β Β  Share on: LinkedIn This blog is part of a series for the Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019! -- Click HERE to see the other blogs in this series. Look for the Try ... continue reading

Core Network Stack Features in the Creators Update for Windows 10

By: Praveen Balasubramanian and Daniel Havey This blog is the sequel to our first Windows Core Networking features announcements post. It describes the second wave of core networking features in the Windows Redstone series. The first wave of features is ... continue reading

Windows network performance suffering from bad buffering

Daniel Havey, Praveen Balasubramanian Windows telemetry results have indicated that a significant number of data connections are using the SO_RCVBUF and/or the SO_SNDBUF winsock options to statically allocate TCP buffers. There are many websites that recommend setting the TCP buffers ... continue reading