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Wireless Internet speed in Boot camp

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So yesterday I noticed that my internet speed was different from wireless on osx to wireless on xp, and I don't know the cause.

I have a fiber optic connection and on OSX it's usually around 20,000 kbps

On Xp it was only about 11,500 kbps

help would greatly be appreciated.

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