According to that speed site, I got an A (85%) national grade average.
Extremely good, Nana. Like Reboot sez, the upload speed doesn't need to be greater than what you have unless you're uploading a lot of files, like for a business, etc. Last September before I broke down for a week I was getting this:
Many years ago before we almost all got on broad band hispeed internet, we tried to be considerate with the size of pictures etc. we posted in the forum so the poor dudes still using dialup wouldn't be left out of the fun! .
Reboot: What you sed is true. I probably won't miss the speed. Everything you said sounded reasonable and true.
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