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It is "megabits per second". That is the speed set by default. I
think the user can change it to something else by opening the link
"Settings" on the page.
На 12.1.2017 г. в 22:03, Louis Maher
the speed test, does MBPS mean megabytes per second, or
megabits per second?
Actually, I think it gives you that information too: The name
of your internet service provider and your IP address - they
appear one after the other. Just read the information after
the link labeled "Again" after the test is done. It starts
with the name and location of the server used to do the
testing (the end point) - they are links. After that is the
name of your internet service provider and after that - your
IP address. Then there is some sort of rating information.
After that are the results of your internet speed test.
На 12.1.2017 г. в 21:04, Brandon Keith
It worked great for me! Thank you!
I would like it if it gave more
information like your IP address and whatnot as well,
but currently I got all I needed.
On Thu, Jan 12, 2017 at 11:01 AM,
Hi there: Does this work for all
This is beta, but it is good
enough. It is based on HTML5 technology, if I'm
not mistaking. Find the link labeled "GO!" and
activate it. The internet speed test will start.
You'll be notified when it is completed and the
results from it. But you can manually read the
results on the page - find the link labeled
"Again" and read the information after it - it
contains the test results.
Note, that if you are using
Firefox for the testing, NVDA may get a lot
chatty during the test and repeat that the test
is over 50% completed a lot of times. Use
Internet Explorer to do the testing if you don't
want to hear all that chattiness - it does not
occur in it. Hmm, could this chattiness be a
Firefox issue? Maybe we should report it?
На 12.1.2017 г. в 19:15, Brandon
Keith Biggs написа:
Does anyone know of an
accessible internet speed test? Most of
the speed tests I have found only show
speeds in a flash frame.