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Web Apps: Download/Upload Time Calculator

, By Patcoola

Calculate how much time it will take to download/upload transfer a file.

Want to know how long it will take to upload a video to YouTube or how long will it take to download a large file, calculate the transfer time.

Transferring, Copying, Moving file(s) and what to know how long it will take?

Calculate how much time it takes to transfer file(s) and data.

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Instructions:

Attention: Actual download times my vary due to internal and external factors.

Step 1

Enter your Internet service download/upload speed or your data transfer rate in the Download Speed field.

Set the Download Speed units by selecting kbps (Kilobits Decimal), mbps (Megabits Decimal) in the Units drop-down box.

Example: If your transfer rate (Download/Upload Speed) is 1.5mbps, enter 1.5 in the Download Speed field and select mbps (Megabits) in the Units drop-down box.

Note: If your transfer rate (Download/Upload Speed) is 1.5mbps you may also enter it as 1500kbps, do so by entering 1500 in the Download Speed field and select kbps (Kilobits) in the Units drop-down box.

Note: kbps and KB/s, kbps is measured in decimals (1000) and KB/s is measured in binary (1024).

Step 2

Enter the total file size of the file you are transferring (Downloading/Uploading) in the File Size field.

Set the data units of the total file size by selecting KBs (Kilobytes), MBs (Megabytes) or GBs (Gigabytes) in the Units drop-down box.

Example: If the total data (file size) is 175MBs, enter 175 in the File Size field and select MBs (Megabytes) in the Units drop-down box.

Step 3

Press the Calculate button to calculate the time it will take to transfer your data.

Reset Button

This button will clear all fields and results.

Updates:

July 06, 2014: Version 2.1
– New button style
– App is inaccessible until fully loaded
– New Web App functionality implementation (Pre JS Library)

April 30, 2014: Launched new HTML version
– No longer Adobe Flash
– Change of field labels
– Added Bytes units to Transfer Speed options
– No longer displays speed chart

 

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Comments: 3, Write Comment

  1. Rafa says:

    Is there something wrong or is it my PC? “HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found”, the calculator is not showing up anymore :(

    • Patcoola says:

      @Rafa

      Thank you for bringing this to my attention, I am looking into the issue.
      It seems that all the web apps has suddenly gone down.

      Updated: 2016-09-03 12:35 AM
      There seems to be some sort of server time issue with our security policies. I have temporary disabled this feature till I work on a permanent fix.

      All web apps are now working again.

  2. SrGaver says:

    After this one i didn’t search no more. Great app. Thank you.

 

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