Maximum Download Speed is 60Kbps only

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I am having a very slow internet connection. The speed is just 330Kbps which is really slow. But this is a plan from my ISP since this is what I can just afford to pay. My problem is when I am trying to download anything, the maximum speed is just 60Kbps only. And it sometimes drop to 20Kbps.

How do I speed my downloads up? Sorry, I'm no expert when it comes to stuff like these. So kindly explain the technical stuff. Thanks all!

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Answered By 0 points N/A #124420

Maximum Download Speed is 60Kbps only

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Hi,

Based on your issue, your connection provided by your ISP is not firm. Downloading something from the internet depends on your internet speed and the number of downloads of that particular file. Try to turn off automatic updates of installed software particularly if you have any antivirus software. Set it to manual update. Upgrade your internet plan and if you want to know your internet speed, check it on www.speedtest.net.

Hope this will help you to come out from your problem.

Thank you.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #124421

Maximum Download Speed is 60Kbps only

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I used to download files and I encountered the same problem you have in spite that I do have a good internet connection line. When we download a file, we consider three factors and these are internet line speed, popularity, and size of the files being downloaded.

From your problem, we can't do anything now with your internet speed line connection, what we can do is to check for the popularity and size of the files. And also, check how many people are downloading the same file. If there are few people, then the faster the downloading process would be. Secondly, consider the size of the files, the bigger the size the longer time it will take to finish the downloading.

Take note also, download one at a time due to your internet speed connection. Hoping this will resolve your issues.

 

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