Speed Test - connection test and find your Internet speed. With connection speed test you know how fast you can download and upload data from your computer. Check if your connection is as fast as you pay for. This speed test is a native HTML5 application and does not require any plugings (like Java or Flash).
With our Speed Test you can measure your Internet connection parameters. The tool present three tests that you can perform. After pushing "START" button the LATENCY TEST is performed. LATENCY tells us what delay value (in miliseconds) we can obserwer during transmition. Next DOWNLOAD TEST is performed. Download means how fast you can get the data from Internet (in Megabytes per second). The last test is the UPLOAD TEST. This test shows how fast you can send data to the remote server (in Megabytes per second, too).
There is new function added to broadband speed test. You can test now to many locations in the world.
Check how fast is your Internet connection to every server and compare your results. The best values should apear where your distance to the server is as small as possible. Sign in to the Speed Test account before starting test. Your results will be assigned to this account. See also how does this Speed Test work.
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