What Is The Difference Between Internet Download & Upload?
Download is when you receive files, when files are transferred from a server on the internet to your computer. E.g. Downloading software or watching a video on YouTube.
Upload is when files are transferred from your computer to a server on the internet. E.g. uploading photos of you on Facebook.
1 Megabyte (MB) = 8 Megabits (Mb)
1 Megabit (Mb) = 128 Kilobytes (KB)
1 Megabyte (MB) = 1048 Kilobytes (KB)
You can test your connection speed by visiting speedtest.net
When you run a speedtest, the results include: Download, Upload and Ping.
Ping tells you how long it takes a packet to travel from your computer to a server and back. Ping is measured in milliseconds, a lower result is always better. A lower ping means a more responsive connection and is very important for certain applications, especially online video games.
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