Windows 10 has a tool that allows you to test the speed of Wi-Fi without the need to install any program on the PC. The resource, in addition to managing the speed of sending and receiving data, informs the name of the network, the type of connection, the IP address (v4 and v6) and the signal strength.
See below how to use the function available natively in the Microsoft system and check if the contracted operator is, in fact, delivering the performance it promises.
Windows has native feature to test the Internet Photo: Luana Marfim / TechTudo
Step 1. Press, at the same time, the Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys to open the Windows Task Manager;
Step 2. In the window that opens, click on the More details option, located at the bottom;
Click on the "More details" item in the Windows Task Manager Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
Step 3. Now, select the Performance tab;
Click on the "Performance" tab in the Windows Task Manager Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
Step 4. Now in the section, click on the Wi-Fi item and you're done: you can check the information about your wireless network.
Click on Wi-Fi in the "Performance" tab in Windows Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
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