Ahoy! Here’s the video I promised last week: how to reduce your ping. First of all, let’s see what ping is. It is the time your actions in the game take to reach the server. The lower, the better. You can see your ping in the bottom right corner of the screen. A green dot usually means good, but there’s always room for improvement! I would still recommend trying these steps, even if your ping is under 50ms. High ping makes the following actions difficult: So how to decrease it? Before I get into that, 1 last note: it’s simply impossible for this to work for every single player out there, but there’s a good chance you will notice a difference at least. In the best case, this might fix your lags forever. In my case, it didn’t make much difference, but when I told one of my friends to do this, he was amazed this solved all the lags he ever had. There are several other factors that affect your ping, and most of them you can’t do anything against. Anyway, I recommend trying this, and see if it works for you! So the first step: you need to open the command prompt (also knows as CMD). I’ll be demonstrating that on Windows 7. I’m not sure how to do that in Windows 8 or 10, or other operating systems, but it should be similar. Also, you need to have administrator rights for this to work. Press the start button, and type “CMD” in the search field, and wait for the list to appear. Then right click on cmd.exe and press “run as administrator”. Then type this and press enter. I’ve got them in the description, if you feel like copying.
Once you’ve done that, there’s another command. Type it and press enter again. If you’re curious about what these commands do, check the video desciption. The short version: they reduce your ping. Now, if you’ve had enough, restart your computer and you’re done. Or if you are interested in a more advanced, and more effective way, then continue watching. Open your favorite web browser and search for “leatrix latency fix”. The link is also included in the video description. It’s a little program that does the whole process for you. It edits a few registry entries in your system, that can greatly reduce lags. If you don’t trust it, you can do it the long way, yourself, but that would take so long to explain, I’ll just give you a hint and you can search for a guide on the internet. Again, check the description if that’s the case. However, I can tell you it’s safe to use it, thousands of people using it, including myself, can’t be wrong. If you’ve done these steps, then I invite you to leave a comment on this video to tell everyone if it worked for you. I hope you found this helpful, and I wish you good luck!