Sorry, they measure in bits, not bytes. If you want bytes per
second, you'll need to divide by 10 (must allow for start and stop
bits for each byte) to get your speed in bytes per second. Sorry
for the confusion. Most things mean bits when they say MBPS. I
guess bigger numbers sound better, so ...
On 1/12/2017 3:24 PM, Travis Siegel
These guys measure in bytes per second.
You'll also likely need to round to the nearest 100. I.E. my
download came in at 27.63MBPS. I know my download is 25 MBPS
actually, so rounding to the nearest 100 would actually give me
27MBPS, but apparently I just hit a good timeframe on the
network,. On the other hand, my upload speed came in at
4.59MBPS, which I also know should be 5MBPS, so rounding to the
nearest 100 would give accurate results on that one. I'm
guessing my provider doesn't optimize for uploads. :)
On 1/12/2017 1:15 PM, Kostadin Kolev
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
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