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Old 20.01.2018, 06:11
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Hi,

I am experiencing slow download speeds from JD2. I tried downloading from many sites like youtube, 1fichier, Rapidgator, Keep2share, filejoker etc and the download speed is very slow.

I thought the problem was with my Internet connection and checked the connection speed from speedtest no problem there it shows i am getting full speed.

I tried to download from Chrome browser, i did not experience slow downloads from them. I get full speed from youtube ( JD2 gives me 70 - 100kb/s ) and the speed the site allows in freemode from the rest of them, i don't even get the speed the site allows in freemode when i download from JD2.

I am sure the problem is with JD2. Is there any settings or something i need to change to get full speed. I installed the latest update.

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Old 20.01.2018, 07:49
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Please check settings - speed limit.
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Old 20.01.2018, 09:19
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Please check settings - speed limit.
Ofcourse i checked them. All okay, No problem there.
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Old 22.01.2018, 14:02
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Does the speed graph show a red line?
Testing speedtest means nothing than just testing the speed to a speed test server. Results mean nothing compared to downloading from any listed website. It's just a help to see how good your connection is, not how fast you can download from site x or site y.
There has been no changes in JDownloader + JDownloader does not influence nor limit speed at all. What speed do you get in JDownloader? Maybe a screenshot?
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