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May
21
accepted Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
May
21
answered Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
May
21
accepted Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
May
20
asked Can't open Paypal.com with Google Chrome
Apr
13
answered Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
Apr
13
revised Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
wording
Apr
13
revised Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
updated to reflect change in facts
Mar
28
comment Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
Thanks! So it seems I really have to wait six weeks? A bit disappointing in my opinion. I'm just lucky that right now Chrome works quite fine, but this is not a solution for people who have urgent, repeatable problems with a flawed Google Chrome dev build!
Mar
28
comment Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
Can somebody by the way explain me why this was moved to SU? Because Chrome is a software?
Mar
23
asked Will I be stuck on the Chrome developer version forever?
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
As we all know we have to divide by eight, so we get a nice pure 9,655 MB/s Down- and Upload speed. But (at least according to jDownloader) I already managed to achieve over 10 MB/s via several OCH connections, as obviously the maximum capacity here is more in the ninety's (90 Mb/s)...
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
More: "2.3 Mb/s - 4.5 Mbs for HD — High definition 720p resolution video" Source: Vudu, via hometheater.about.com/od/internethometheater2/a/… even if "In reality the connection will have to be faster." (source: first link in previous comment)
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
My q. still stands: Why can't video services not perform at a rate that is: Not equal to a DL manager speed BUT at least loading the content as fast as it is naturally playing? I mean no one wants preloading and I'm ok with it taking a while when I skip over video parts, but why does the buffering tend to lag behind the actual play speed, which is one second at a time? There must be way to calculate: e.g. 480p = xy KB usage * 30 frames/sec = Necessary KB (or MB) that need to be buffered p.s.? PS: I found this: broadbandforum.in/india-broadband/…
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Dear Turix, so you say an ISP is able to recognize I am playing a YouTube video, but if I am downloading the same YT video, this ISP is not able to recognize that or will not penalize me? Why should an ISP penalize me, when I have 77 Mbit/s available here both down and up? And/or: Why are Google/YT and others not using the same "HTTP Chunking" for their buffering? (Might sound stupid to you, but I just see it from the "results"/"customer experience" perspective.)
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Maybe I should've called it internet connection. My bad. But I pointed it out to avoid calling me out on if I use Wifi! (I'm sure it would've happened...) After all it runs over LAN vs. (compare) WLAN/Wifi, 3G, 4G/LTE (also available here!), tethering and other techniques!
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
That is a good point! But then why is "DownThemAll", jDownloader or any other download manager (even the built-in one) able to download the video from a link much faster than it can buffer the SAME video? I guess I basically need to do some research on buffering, to me there seems to be the key issue.
Feb
3
comment Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Dear Michael K., I am not stupid, even though I failed to provide all the details at once: My local LAN connection from a hardware side is actually 1000 MBit (i.e. GBit). But I know that this does not matter. You can see my connection now above, it is 77 Mb/s, which is (says speedtest) faster than 92% of the country. And fyi please read this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_in_South_Korea
Feb
3
revised Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Added speedtest result
Feb
3
asked Why can video streaming sites not leverage my 100 MBit LAN-speed?
Jan
26
revised Constant Adobe Flash, browser and laptop crashes - reason?
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