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How to Check Internet Speed ​​from Google Homepage in 5 Simple Steps?

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oi-Megha Rawat


Does your Internet Service Provider (ISP) provide you with the data speed listed? Is your Internet connection sometimes slow? If you answered yes to both questions, the only way to find out is to test your internet speed. The Google homepage is a quick and easy way to check your internet speed.

    Check internet speed from google homepage

Although there are various websites and apps available to check your internet speed, one of the easiest methods is to go to the Google homepage. Google has partnered with Measurement Lab (M-Lab) to create a five-step process for testing your internet connection speed.

“To complete the test, you will be linked to Measurement Lab (M-Lab), and your IP address will be shared with them and treated in accordance with their privacy policies.” M-Lab performs the test and makes the results available to the public to stimulate research on the Internet. “Your IP address and test results are included in published material, but no other information about you as an Internet user is included,” Google said.

Five Steps to Test Your Internet Speed ​​from Google Homepage

Step 1: Open any internet browser on your computer, smartphone or tablet and type in
Step 2: In the search bar, type “Run speed test“.
Step 3: A new dialog box will appear, with the option “Internet Speed ​​Test”. “Check your internet speed in less than 30 seconds”. A statement from the dialog said: “The speed test normally transfers less than 40MB of data, but may transfer more data over fast connections.”
Step 4: In the window, click on “Run speed test” option.
Step 5: A new window will open displaying all the information regarding your internet speed. If you want to test your internet speed again, click on the “test again” option.

Internet speed test

Meanwhile, according to US-based broadband speed tester Ookla, internet speeds in India continue to improve, with the country ranking 70th (+3) and 122nd (+6) in the global speed rankings. Internet speeds based on fixed and mobile broadband download speeds. in June last year, respectively.

India also performed well in fixed broadband internet speeds, with an average download speed of 58.17 Mbps in June last year, compared to 55.65 Mbps in May. After a slight dip in May, total fixed download speeds for India on the Global Index were at their best in June, according to the report.

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Article first published: Saturday, March 19, 2022, 3:55 p.m. [IST]