That's true; it doesn't help for channels like Netflix and Amazon. However, many private channels don't adapt and that's where you encounter a lot of buffering. Those are the channels where changing the bit rate helps. So, if you see that a channel is frequently interrupting the program to buffer, you will want to play with the target Mbps (bit
Solved: Stop throttling streaming video! - Verizon Fios The slow downs are because more people like yourself are watching Netflix, and Amazon Prime, Hulu, Directtvnow or Acorn TV as well as gaming and video conferencing. You have more people using it. If that is a reason to leave then go where you will be the happiest. How to Stop Buffering: 10 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow Feb 19, 2020
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