At PC Autotune, we provide a comprehensive set of PC and internet tools to ensure that your computer and internet are working the way they should be. Our main goal at PC Autotune is to provide our customers with as much information and the necessary tools to make sure that their computer and internet are fast, stable, and secure.
Most people have an internet connection they’re paying for monthly. Our goal is to help ensure that everyone is getting the internet speeds they’re paying for, and to ensure that our customers’ internet is safe, secure, reliable. Get started today with our Free Version of PC Autotune to clean up any issues on your PC that may be causing your computer or internet to be running slow.
Too many times, people struggle with their internet, email, or computer without any sense of how to find and fix the issues. No one wants to be paying for something they’re not getting, especially in this day in age with so many things available solely online.
Think of the internet as a two-lane road or highway with a speed limit that is set by your internet provider. Information is coming and going both directions. As you surf the web, you are requesting information from web sites. You’re also sending information to people, such as emails or zoom videos, etc. These pieces of information that you are requesting or sending are using the two lanes your internet provider gives you. Each direction — upload and download — has its own speed that it transmits your information at.
Our Internet & PC tools accurately measure the speeds that you are actually receiving from your internet provider. It’s a wise idea to measure your internet speed periodically, as internet speeds can vary from time to time for different reasons. You can use our PC Autotune speed test tool to measure the actual speeds you’re obtaining on your internet highway and compare those speeds to your monthly bill. This helps ensure that you’re getting what you pay for.
Our computer speed test tools provide a pathway to help determine where there may be an issue and a direction to resolve the issue. Our PC maintenance program built into PC Autotune will also ensure your PC is running at its peak performance all the time.
Review your download speed in Mbps. We compare your test result to what you are paying for from your provider. If your test returns a value, such as 50 Mbps, and you’re paying for 100 Mbps (you can usually find this on your monthly bill from your internet service provider), run the test four or five times over the course of a few days to get a consistent baseline/average of your internet speed.
If your overall internet speed is consistently slower than what you are paying for, you should contact your internet service provider, review your results with them, and have them run a check on your internet line (they can usually do this over the phone). Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have about your internet connection or your results.
Review your upload speed in Mbps. Upload speeds are usually much slower than download speeds, except in the case that your internet is coming over a fiber optic internet line. For example, an internet connection with a download speed of 100 Mbps may have a corresponding upload speed of five or 10 Mbps. This is normal for most internet connections.
A slow upload speed can contribute to slow zoom calls, slow video or teleconference calls, or slow email transmissions. Please feel free to email email@example.com with any questions you have about your internet connection or your results.