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Old 07.04.2019, 01:02
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Default download speed through Google Drive, has decresed since several months ago.



If I download these links, through IDM or Mipony (using parallles download, in the case of the llater) I get my maximum download speed (43,5 MB)

I used to get the same speed with Jdownloader, but since several months ago, I cannot get nothing more than 29 Mb/s
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Old 07.04.2019, 01:03
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Sorry. I posted the thread again, because I thought that links would be hidden this time.
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Old 09.04.2019, 15:38
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JDownloader doesn't influence speed at all. It downloads as fast as your system/setup allows.
Please make sure to use the same number of connections. IDM/Mipony might use more than JDownloader. As far as I remember IDM uses 8 by default. JDownloader only uses 2 by default.
Please check this and please compare speeds via Taskmanager, Network speed graphs
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Old 10.04.2019, 18:46
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JDownloader doesn't influence speed at all. It downloads as fast as your system/setup allows.
Please make sure to use the same number of connections. IDM/Mipony might use more than JDownloader. As far as I remember IDM uses 8 by default. JDownloader only uses 2 by default.
Please check this and please compare speeds via Taskmanager, Network speed graphs
I tried testing a single file with up to 20 connections, and I still get 29 MB/S as maximum speed. In the past, I was able to get maximum speed, just by using 5 connections at the same time.
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Old 10.04.2019, 18:54
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Did you check/compare with Taskmanager. When you get faster speed in IDM, then you should also get same speed in JDownloader. Can you provide screenshots to compare speed?
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Old 10.04.2019, 19:49
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Did you check/compare with Taskmanager. When you get faster speed in IDM, then you should also get same speed in JDownloader. Can you provide screenshots to compare speed?
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I noticed that, the more files I put to download at the same, the slower my computer goes. That does not happen with mypony.
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Old 11.04.2019, 09:21
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JDownloader should not slow down your computer. That's a sign that something else on your computer messes with the downloads. JDownloader downloads as fast as your system/setup allows and we could show each single time that something on system was causing the issues.
I would suggest that we take a look at this together via teamviewer and find out what is going on/causing the slow speeds. Just contact me at support@jdownloader.org
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Old 11.04.2019, 19:31
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I decided to made another test, using a portable version of JDOWNLOADER2 this time.

In this portable version, the download speed works as it is expected.

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Could it be a Java related issue?
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Old 12.04.2019, 08:59
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Thanks for the feedback!

Unlikely but still possible. But I don't have any logs/details about your previous/old installation so that would be just wild guessing. It can also be caused by firewall/av and with fresh installation, those no longer messing with the downloads.

There is no difference between portable/normal/manual JDownloader version. All are completely the same.
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