WHAT IS GALAXYTWEAKER?
GalaxyTweaker is a program that optimizes PC performance to get the best out of your network, registry, and hardware accessory settings.
The program may be responsible for positive changes in ping, computer accessory performance, hit detection, latency and much more.
Our vision is to create an experience that revolutionizes game play for our users.
Our goal is to exceed user demand by developing satisfying features that are subject to using existent components among a user’s operating system, registry editor, hardware control panel and network system to blend a powerful, user-exclusive program.
“Mark is the Founder and CEO of GalaxyTweaker. He’s been in the gaming industry for fourteen years, and has owned other innovative companies in the past. In his free time, he likes to write books and explore other business ventures. Most of his free time is put into GalaxyTweaker’s development and future.”
“Thomas is the manager and lead marketer of GalaxyTweaker. He’s
had managing experience before with multiple businesses and has been in
the gaming industry for twelve years. He loves to interact with people
and all-around communities. He’s almost always active in GalaxyTweaker
official community platforms.”
“Aexon is a french student who has been studying computer science for one year. He’s been playing games for around five years, and as practiced his programming skills on many software, game plugins, and other projects for four years. He wanted to further his practice, so he decided to use his experience to help GalaxyTweaker’s development and growth.”
Premium User Guide
What does the “Average MS” Feature do?
The “Average MS” feature implements certain hex values that are compatible with a desired ping (ms) to improve network sustainability with other features in GalaxyTweaker.
Benefits of this Feature
Benefits of this feature include user-unique dword values that significantly decrease ping and improve latency by applying settings dependent on a user’s Average MS.
Every time the application is closed, the presets are saved so you do not have to reactivate this feature.
If for any reason ping fluctuation occurs, applying another MS choice will overlay any existent settings, while also removing any values applied previously. See below to find your current Average MS.
Find Your Average MS
Selecting a multiple choice range
The 1st option covers applies values for 0-20ms, the 2nd applies values for 21-40ms, the third option applies values for 41-90ms, and the last option applies values 90+ms. To find YOUR Average MS, click HERE.
Once your Average MS is calculated, select an appropriate range choice in the program.
What does the “MTU” Feature do?
MTU, or maximum transmission unit, sets specific parameters based off of a user’s communication interface. This calculates the largest packet/frame that is sent to a router, which transfers at that size.
Benefits of this Feature
This feature is binds of a user’s compatibility TCP settings to calculate the largest possible size for each packet sent in a transmission, preventing any re-transmissions, and modifying operating system default MTU to optimize your connection to servers that have different MTU values.
Calculate your MTU
To find your preferred MTU, hit WinKey + R and type “cmd”.
Once this displays, copy and paste this command: “ping www.google.com -f -l 1500”, and press ENTER. (Without parenthesis)
If you get “Packet needs to be fragmented but DF set” as a response, you must now paste the same command as before, but subtract the number by 5. You want to make sure that you get a response from a search engine. For example, the new command would be: “ping www.google.com -f -l 1495”
Continue to subtract the end value by 5, until you get a response like this:
You may notice that at EXACTLY 1472, there is a reply. As I continued to deduct the end value by 5, I noticed that I started to receive a replies around 1470.
Once you find a suitable range where you start receiving replies, increase the value by 1 until you find your maximum. In this example, at 1472, I received a reply, but at 1473, I got “Packet needs to be fragmented but DF set” message. This concludes that 1472 is my accurate MTU.
Finally, insert your MTU into GalaxyTweaker “MTU Section”. Once you input your MTU, press the red calculator button once.
Every device is different, and in most instances, you’re not always going to get 1500. This is precisely why the feature has been implemented; safely calculating your maximum transmission unit to get the best performance out of your device.
What does the “MSS” feature do?
MSS, or maximum segment size, is the largest amount of data that can be transmitted in one transmission packet.
Benefits of this feature
MSS is an important in Internet connection, more specifically for browsing the internet. When the Internet’s Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is utilized to spark an Internet connection; devices connected must each validate, and then set, a suitable MTU size compatible with both. When data routed over the Internet, it is required to pass through many gateway routers.
Connection speed is slowed down when the maximum segment size is too large for routers to intake, making oversized segments fragmented. The goal is to have a stable and small MSS for your device to ensure faster connection speed.
Calculate your MSS
To calculate your MSS, simply subtract your MTU- 40.
For example, 1500-40= 1460. Your MSS in this example would be equal to 1460.
The value “40” consists of: 40= (IP header(20 bytes) + TCP header(20 bytes)
Finally, insert your MSS into GalaxyTweaker “MSS Section”. Once you input your MSS, press the red CALCULATOR button once.
Every device is different, and in most instances, you’re not always going to get 1460, although it is common. This is precisely why the feature has been implemented; safely calculating your maximum segment size to get the best performance out of your device.
For our example, you would end up with “MSS = 1460”. Click the green APPLY button at the bottom and restart your computer.