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When I download a e-mail it does it very slow. 40 to 40 mb per second.Is there something I can do to make it faster?

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The speed depends
1. on your connection
2. on your network cards
3. and what else are you doing on your computer

Solutions are respectively
1. getting better internet connection
2. Generally the connection over home wifi is slower than if you directly connect with lan cable
3. If you have any downloaders your should turn them off when you are using computer

another thing to look for is the presense of viruses/adware/spyware on your computer.

40 mpbs is not that bad for email, unless you are trying to download a HUGE attachment which I guerss is not the case usually.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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You don't mention if you've tested the connection without the router, or whether you're using a wireless or wired connection. So I've tried to give you as much of the necessary information as possible, sorry it's so long and I hope I haven't rambled too much or been confusing.

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Test the connection without the router, if it's much better, then you know it's definitely something with the router, if not then it's either a slow server(if it only happens with certain pages), virgin or your pc(running slow, viruses, faulty hardware etc). So make sure your pc is working properly, clean of viruses and spyware (including ie toolbars, and google software etc) and/or phone virgin.

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Speeds
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Transfer speeds
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1024 kB/s = 1 MB/s

Right you know what line speed you're meant to be getting right? It'll either be 4Meg, 10Meg 20Meg or 50Meg. Now you've seen your transfer speed you're thinking that it's really slow, well this may be the case but it's not as easy as that, line speed and transfer speed are measured in different ways

line speed = kilobits or megabits per second = kb/s or Mb/s
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