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i have a very fast internet(atleast it fulfills my needs very efficiently) but for some reason in my task manager google chrome only uses 0.1MB of internet while downloading an editing app called blender and its showing an estimated time of 2-5hours but when i use say im downloading an update for fortnite im my task manager it shows that its using 6.9  to 7Mbs of internet and it goes really really fast its not just the problem with blender but with everything i download on google chrome this has been really bothering me recently BTW blender is 83.8MB file 

 

PLS HELP ME!

 

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6 minutes ago, GoD_OF_GaMiNg said:

i have a very fast internet(atleast it fulfills my needs very efficiently) but for some reason in my task manager google chrome only uses 0.1MB of internet while downloading an editing app called blender and its showing an estimated time of 2-5hours but when i use say im downloading an update for fortnite im my task manager it shows that its using 6.9  to 7Mbs of internet and it goes really really fast its not just the problem with blender but with everything i download on google chrome this has been really bothering me recently BTW blender is 83.8MB file 

 

PLS HELP ME!

i made sure no other software was using internet..............and the download crashed ... :( sad life

 

Xeon 4 core 8 Thread 3.00Ghz

8GB RAM

500 GB Hard Drive

Nvidia Geforce GTX 750(Over Clocked)

Dell Precision T3500 

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It's probably because Blender's servers are throttled because they want to lower server costs.

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