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Du's Speed Test: Check Your Internet Connection Speed Now!
Du’s Internet Speed Test is the best and easiest way to get your internet connection speed results, no matter what provider you use or type of connection you have (DSL, Cable, Fiber, and so on). All you need to do to get started is enter your email address, click START and then follow the simple instructions that will lead you through our test. Then simply wait while we run the test, and when it’s complete you will receive an email with your results! This amazing service costs absolutely nothing and will help you test your internet speed in no time at all!
What You Need to Know
Before we go over how to use du internet speed test, let’s talk about what you need to know before using a tool like Du. In general, if your internet isn’t running at peak speeds, there are three possible reasons for it. The first is that your ISP (Internet Service Provider) is slow or unreliable. If that’s not an issue, then it could be due to congestion on your network or even a weak WiFi signal. Finally, if none of those seem to be causing any issues, then it might be time to upgrade your modem and/or router.
How to Use Du's Speed Test
Du’s speed test can test your internet connection speed easily. Just type du/speedtest in your browser and click on SpeedTest to start testing your internet connection speed. You will see a spinning wheel, waiting for you to connect to our servers.
Running the Test
There are multiple ways to test your connection speed. You can either upload a file, or simply run an internet speed test. The latter is much faster, and all you need to do is click Begin Test and wait for it to load. When your speed test has finished, make sure you read through your results so that you know what’s normal for your internet connection type and provider. This will help give you a better idea of how fast (or slow) things should be going in general.
How To Interpret The Results
All speed tests are slightly different, but one thing’s for sure—if your connection is under 100 Mbps, you’re likely paying too much. That’s right—even basic broadband speeds should be faster than what most people pay for; Du finds that almost a third of people have speeds slower than 25 Mbps. If you happen to fall into that category, it might be time to call up your provider and ask them if they can hook you up with something faster.
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