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how can I set only a specific browser like chrome, to use all the 100% bandwidth? windows xp.

Is there any method to direct the internet only for a specific browser or application?

I also want to know any program which can display the programs actively using internet downloading and uploading in Kbs. so that i can verify, which is using how much bandwidth.

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you should read FAQ first to know what questions are supposed to be asked here... – Fahim Parkar Feb 5 '12 at 13:54

Setup an out bound firewall block that only allows Chrome to connect out. Had this been Windows Vista or 7 you could have done it with the Windows Firewall, but in XP you need to find a 3rd party product to do outbound blocks.

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