Frequently Asked Questions

For the most accurate results, ensure your other devices are not actively using the internet. Use the FL Computer Tech WiFi Speed Test and select Go.

Megabits per second (Mbps) is a measurement of internet download and upload speeds. There are roughly 8 megabits for every megabyte. A download speed of 100Mbps means you can download 12.5 megabytes of data per second.

Download speed refers to how fast you can receive data from the internet to your device. A fast download speed means your web pages will load quicker, which leads to less buffering when streaming video.

Upload speed refers to how fast you can send data from your device to the internet. A fast upload speed means you will be able to send email attachments quicker. You will also experience less choppiness during video conferences.

Ping (also known as “latency”) measures how many milliseconds it takes for your device to get a response. A fast ping means you have a responsive connection, which is useful for applications like video games

You need a download speed of at least 1-6Mbps for video conferencing. To stream 4K video, you need 25Mbps. If you want to use many devices at once, it’s good to have 50-100Mbps or more. The average download speed in the US is 96Mbps.

To live-stream HD video, you need an upload speed of at least 3-6Mbps. If you want to live-stream 4K video at 60 frames per second, it’s good to have an upload speed of 20-50Mbps or more. The average upload speed in the US is 33Mbps.

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