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Discussion in 'Networking' started by robby111, Nov 8, 2019.

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  1. robby111

    robby111 Thread Starter

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    My laptop is dell i5 with 8gb ram. It seems powerful than dual core, 2GB ram desktop in my office. But, sometimes internet page gets stuck and doesn't open fast in my laptop whereas the internet pages opens up at normal speed in my office PC with low SPECS. Is the PC due to temporary and hidden files downloaded by browser or is it due to slow internet speed?
     
  2. plodr

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    We can't answer that until you give us some facts. Who is your home ISP and what speed are you paying for?
     
  3. robby111

    robby111 Thread Starter

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    about 470 kbps
     
  4. flavallee

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    Is it 470 Kbps or 470 Mbps?

    470 Kbps equates to less than 1 Mbps in speed.

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  5. plodr

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    You still haven't supplied us with the name of your ISP and what speed you are paying for at home.

    You can't equate a business connection with a home connection. It has little to do with the hardware being used. It has much more more to do with the service purchased. (download speed paid for)
    For all we know the business has a 1 Gbps (1000Mbps) and you might have a dsl account, with speeds from .5Mbps to 15Mbps.
     
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