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Stop being so bloody lazy. It takes all of 5 seconds to turn it off the current way, and you shouldn't need to turn it on and off so much. Especially the scheduler. What the hell is the point of using a scheduler if you're just gonna turn it off when it kicks in?

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I been thinking that it would be nice to be able to switch the Scheduler on/off from the task bar, or even the system tray context menu?

Just so you understand why I would like to see this (having seen what others have posted in here lol)

Current settings:

I have max upload and download global speeds.

The scheduler is set to reduce the upload speeds during the daytime hours.

Reason I throttle down the ul speed is it really painfully effects my surfing the net. There is also another PC connected to the net and it does the same on that one too... It's almost like using dialup again.

However I do not surf constantly all day. Sometimes I do other things. These are not structured outings away from my PC and vary from day to day.

When I am not using the internet for anything else, I am more than happy to go back to max upload speeds.

The easiest way to do this is go to settings and switch the Scheduler off.

Thing is I do this on average about 2-3 times a day. And sometimes I forget to switch it back on.

If anyone can suggest a better resolution to stop the dialup like effect of surfing while the upload is on max, I would be happy to hear it.


PS. I would be happy if there was a setting switching the Scheduler off, if the PC is inactive for more than x minutes.

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