The internet is a fantastic resource where the best deals are to be had. Downloading films, playing online games, checking emails, bidding goods or services and so on, the Internet ideally serves pretty much all your life.
None of us have time to spare, so any tool that can make light work of online tasks is welcome. ASRock XFast LAN is a smart productivity tool to help you manage your priorities of internet applications, simplify your digital life and accomplish more.
When Internet Explorer loads very slowly for no clear reason, it's usually due to inefficient management. ASRock is rolling out super efficient web management in the motherboard industry. XFast LAN is a convenient tool that controls internet related applications easily and efficiently. Creating a perfect Internet environment, all you need is a smart manager. ASRock XFast LAN allows you to enjoy more speed, easier multitasking, enhanced multimedia experience, and more – all without weighing you down.
The innovative features of XFast LAN include:
1. Internet Application Prioritization
ASRock XFast LAN utility provides user-friendly options in an advanced viewing interface. You can configure your internet related applications’ priority ideally and/or add new programs.
2. Lower Latency in Game
Fast responses are incredibly important in games. Lightning fast responses are essential for positioning the camera or aiming for a headshot. After setting the priority higher for online games, XFast LAN can lower the latency in games to assist you to easily become a winner.
Time latency in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm
3. Traffic Shaping
Are you tired of YouTube videos buffering? Traffic Shaping allows you to watch YouTube HD videos and download files simultaneously. You will never have to wait for a long time for anything to load again.
Watch Youtube HD Video & Download Files Simultaneously
4. Real-Time Analysis of Your Data
The Real-Time analysis interface ensures you to obtain more precise control of web related programs. With the status window, you can easily recognize which data streams you are currently transferring.