Aggregate all your internet connection at one go – Connectify dispatch !

Do you ever wished to speed up your internet connection for your growing need. These days Downloading large files, watching online videos and browsing the internet have become our daily routine. Few days back i came to know about a new startup company known as Connectify which basically is a software load balancer that allows you to connect to multiple Internet connections for their combined speed and reliability. With just a couple clicks, you’ll be cruising the web at warp speed.

For the first time, you can connect to the coffee shop Wi-Fi and your 4G mobile device simultaneously, using both Internet connections for their combined speed, and increased reliability.

With Connectify Dispatch, you can even use two different Wi-Fi networks at the same time. Just connect a secondary USB Wi-Fi card (in addition to your laptop’s on-board Wi-Fi card) and Dispatch does the rest. At the click-of-a-button, you’ll be cruising the web at warp speed, using the combined throughput of both wireless networks. Even if you lose connectivity on one of those networks, Dispatch keeps you online, moving all of your traffic onto the working connection until both networks become available again.

But thats only one scenario, with Dispatch you can connect to as many Internet connections as you have adapters for. Tethered smart phones, Ethernet and wired connections, 3G and 4G mobile broadband adapters, Wi-Fi and MiFi – you name it, Dispatch can use it. The more connections you have, the faster you’ll go!

How to connect multiple connections?

Let’s see how to use Connectify Dispatch to speed up internet experience. First connect your computer to more than one internet connection [Broadband, DSL, Dial up, 3G, 4G etc.]. Then download and install Connectify Dispatch. The software is very small in size; it’s just around 5MB. After completing the installation process you have to reboot computer.

Njoy !

via:- Connectify dispatch website !

By Akash Angle

I am a Full time Linux user who has quit using Windows for unknown reasons, making my life truly open source.

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