My lil computer icon says my transfer rate is 36mbps, is that what we're talking about?
$25/mo for DSL..
had it for 5 years, very fast, never down, never had one single slight problem with it.
lots of people I know areound here have switched from Time Warner (roadrunner) to Frontiernet DSL..everyone says the DSL is so much better and more reliable. (I have never used roadrunner myself, so I cant personally compare)
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Thanks for replying guys Now my boyfriend wants to switch back to Earthlink cause RoadRunner is toooooooo slooooow I don't think it's THAT much slower. I wonder if they'll let me switch back this quick....
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Obviously your connection is TOO fast, Larry
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How do you find how? Like does it say?
Go to toast.net and there is a speed calculator there. *The one on the computer is the transfer rate of your LAN card if you using something connected to the LAN card. *Heck my computer doesn;t even show that icon down there. *Sometimes you don't use your full bandwidth either. *But Toast.net will test your full bandwidth speed by DLing a picture of the shuttle. *You can do just text and that normally goes a lot faster. *Do the image or image and text to get a more accurate reading. *It also depends on the server your DLing from as to what your speed it so. *I just did it and my speed test is just a little less than average at around 2.1 MBPS
Her is the link http://performance.toast.net/ *Have fun. *There may be better soeed test sites out there, but this is what I use. *It is free.
Just remember- If you are connected to them, they are connected to YOU. I have heard of people that leave their wireless networks open just so they can check out peoples computers... Just hope you dont' have any personal stuff on there, and don't pay bills etc from there. Bottom line- be carefull.Originally Posted by [b
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