If your broadband connection or WiFi signal is intermittent or slow, it can be really frustrating. If you're using it for work, poor broadband can be disastrous.
When you signed up to your broadband provider, they should have committed to a certain minimum speed. If so, use that as your benchmark.
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The speed that things come to you when you're trying to receive them from the internet. This can be pictures, videos or web pages. In theory, the higher this number is, the faster you should receive what you're looking for online.
How quickly you can speak to the online world. When you're sharing a photo/video or just trying to communicate, your upload speed is vital.
Information is sent from your computer across the internet in "packets" - bundles of information to be read by the computer that receives it. The time that a packet takes to get to its destination is referred to as 'latency' or 'ping'.
Getting a bit more complicated here, but basically it means fluctuation in the responsiveness of your connection (measured by 'ping'). Jitter is the fluctuation of your 'ping' result over time.
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