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    What speed is 100 Mbps? Ive test it on Numion Numion and the result was: 250 - 300 kbps.

    1. The browser that Im using changes anything in the results?
    2. What 100 Mbps (the speed according to the connection status of Windows) and the result of the test 250 - 300 kbps means?
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    All i have to say (because i really don't understand your 2 questions) is:

    - 573kbps on a 3.3Mbps connection

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    And using their Maxspeed test:


    hmm...asspie

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    Originally posted by Gilojeleia@3 August 2004 - 21:50
    What speed is 100 Mbps? Ive test it on Numion Numion and the result was: 250 - 300 kbps.

    1. The browser that Im using changes anything in the results?
    2. What 100 Mbps (the speed according to the connection status of Windows) and the result of the test 250 - 300 kbps means?
    Your question is not too clear but I think the 100mbps refers to the speed windows can connect at, that is the speed it could transfer data to another computer if your PC was on a network. You don't need to be concerned with that for downloading.

    Answer #1 - The browser you use shouldn't make any difference for download speed when your connection is maxed but some browsers are better than others at a more subtle level, Firefox is the best, all round.

    Answer #2 - The 250-300 kbps likely refers to your download speed, i.e. you can transfer files to your PC at around 300kbps, that relates to a connection of around 2 megabits (2 mbps)
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    Originally posted by Filliz@3 August 2004 - 14:55
    All i have to say (because i really don't understand your 2 questions) is:

    - 573kbps on a 3.3Mbps connection

    Edit:
    And using their Maxspeed test:

    slow for you?

    Maybe your having connection probs.

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    When you connect to internet windows shows a icon on the taskbar, ok? When you click this icon it shows the speed of the connection (I think), the sent and received bytes and the name of the connection.

    Second: Im using Firefox, but if I use Opera Browser or IE or any browser, the speed shown by the speedtest will be the same? Ive tried with IE, Opera and Firefox:
    Results: 1. IE 2. Firefox 3. Opera

    Third: Here is the test results using Firefox:

    Test
    Using IE:

    Test

    The max speed couldnt be done using firefox (I dont know why: I enabled the java and installed a new version)
    Maxspeed using IE:
    MaxSpeed


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    Hey Filliz what browser you use?
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    Originally posted by Gilojeleia@3 August 2004 - 23:30
    Hey Filliz what browser you use?
    DeepnetExplorer

    hmm...asspie

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    I already tried this one... Dont like it.... Anyway, thanks...
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    Originally posted by shn+3 August 2004 - 22:53--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (shn @ 3 August 2004 - 22:53)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Filliz@3 August 2004 - 14:55
    All i have to say (because i really don&#39;t understand your 2 questions) is:

    - 573kbps on a 3.3Mbps connection &nbsp;

    Edit:
    And using their Maxspeed test:

    slow for you?

    Maybe your having connection probs. [/b][/quote]
    Download speed is ok.
    It used to be faster,but i guess by boosting my upload with 5kB,my ISP took a chunk out of my dl speed

    And yeah...i do have some problems with my connection (massive TCP&#39;s all from the same ip-range) :
    I really should get that sorted out with my ISP because i have to reboot my computer every couple of hours because i can&#39;t view webpages anymore("Page can not be displayed").Though looking at the status of my connection it states that i&#39;m still connected

    hmm...asspie

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    Just so you know... kbps usually means Kbits/s not bytes.

    For you to be getting 537 kbps on a 3300 kbps connection is very bad.

    To determine how many BYTES you get per second. Take your connection speed and devide it by 8. There are 8 bits in a byte.

    100 Mbps would be around 12.5 kB/s (bytes).

    That site doesnt appear to be very accurate either.
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