*** New and IMPROVED ***
TCP/IP Pipe Scrubber - FREE
Now scrubs 2 byte Unicode Connections for international ISPs
While the Pipe Scrubber Utility is running, read about all it does and how
it is helping your internet connection as well as cleaning up the internet for all
users. Please leave this page open for 5-10 minutes while it does
Speeding up internet connection by Performing Initial Clean-up.
Scrubbing TCP/IP Pipe. Be sure to visit this site at least once a week to
ensure the cleanest connections between your local machine and your internet service
provider (ISP) as well as between your ISP and the rest of the internet.
Be sure to see How it works , remarks from
satisfied users, and How to order a desktop version
of this product.
Coming soon.....AS/400 EBCDIC support. Also, watch for Pipescrubber 4.0 Plus,
This represents the real binary
First the basics.
Most web pages and e-mail uses standard ASCII or ANSI character
formats which are transmitted in 8 bit formats. This means that the ASCII
"A" is translated to the number 65 which is subsequently translated to the binary
number 01000001, "B" is translated to the number 66 decimal or 1000010 binary, and
so forth. The vast majority of transmissions use characters in numbers ranging
from decimal 10 or 00001010 binary to 01111110 all of which leave that leftmost
bit at zero throughout the range of numbers. By in large percentage the lower bits
1-7 (counting from the right) are used inordinately often to hold the value 1 where
the eighth bit is almost always 0.
What this service provides?
This page loads a series of binary characters (as shown in the dark area above)
and exercises the eighth bit with 1's while the other bits are set with a wide variety
of values especially including 0's. Thus effectively "scrubbing" all of the bits
by setting them to values they normally are never (or statistically less often)
Does it really "scrub the pipe"?
No. The pipe is not really a physical pipe on the internet. What it
is, is a series of wires connecting computers all over the world. The use
of certain bits with specific values (bits 1-7 as 1, bit 8 as 0) polarizes these
wires to bias to those specific values. This bias slows down your internet
connection as those few signals that deviate from the tendency are harder to send
- slowing down the whole communication stream. Once this binary de-polarization
takes place, the whole communication stream is faster as the electro-magnetic bias
is cleared. This bias removal speeds up communication which is where the metaphor
of pipe scrubbing comes from.
In a very short period of time, we have had thousands of visitors and hundreds of
responses. Here are just a few of the actual testimonials from visitors to
JL : "I do see a difference. Should this affect
Lotus Notes in any way? It appears to be moving faster, too"
GF: "Its about time! The polarization on our communication lines
had gotten so bad we were at 70% communication efficiency. After visiting
the Pipe Scrubber web page, just once from 10 PC's within our domain, our connections
are up to 93% efficiency and we expect that will continue to rise after repeated
visits. We just saved thousands of dollars in upgrades in a second T1 line.
RW (Systems Engineer, MCSE): "...I've found it works best
if you let it run for about 10 minutes once a week. Any more than that does not
seem to make a noticeable difference. ....., it is safe and very easy to run,
and is well worth the time."
BW (Systems Engineer, MCP) : "We ran this page on our Exchange and IIS servers
over one weekend and have noticed a tremendous improvement in page load speed and
server to server connectivity performance. I wish I could find something that works
this well for my plumbing at home."
SW: "... I will be sure to pass your link onto as many people
as I can. Thanks again for the enlightenment!!"
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and we may even post your testimonial here.