BrowserChrome 100 %
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Internet Speed9.16 Mbps 85%
Download: Standard Video
Test Server: Miami 2
Your download speed is the rate at which you can receive media content. A higher download speed allows you to receive higher quality (larger) content. Upload speed doesn't have as drastic of an effect on your viewing experience, but a minumum upload rate is required to 'respond' to the server offering your video stream. Latency and Jitter refer to the time it takes for each communication between you and the server offering the stream.
Adobe FlashFlash 20.0 100%
Version: Flash 20.0 Beta
Release Date: Dec 8, 15
Your Flash is up to date
Adobe Flash Player is a browser plugin used to stream and view video, audio and multimedia and Rich Internet Applications (RIA) on a computer or supported mobile device.
ISPAT&T U-verse 75%
Your internet provider (ISP) is the gateway between your device and the video stream. Network issues are the most common cause of streaming problems, like excessive buffering or loss of quality.
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Buffering0 Buffering Events 100%
Buffering occurs when the media you're viewing has played out faster than your device can download it, causing it to stop and wait for the next chunk of data to become available.
Buffering is an issue specific to your internet connection, and not the speed or capability of the device you're viewing on.