A good internet speed is at or above 25 Mbps. These speeds will support most online activity, such as HD streaming, online gaming, web browsing and downloading music.
Speed Recommendations for Video, Movie, and Show Streaming: Up to 50 Mbps: 4K video streaming. 50 to 250 Mbps: Watching multiple 4K streams. 250 to 1 Gig: Live video streaming.
200 Mbps is enough for the majority of households, presuming 2–4 users with regular habits like Facebook, Netflix, and the occasional video call. 200 Mbps is sufficient for 4K streaming, but may cause issues if you attempt to stream to multiple devices at the same time over WiFi.
25 MB/second200 Mbps internet runs at speeds of 25 MB/second. Fiber-optic infrastructure provides matching upload and download speeds. At 200 Mbps a 300 MB file attachement will upload in 12 seconds, compared to 4 minutes through a basic cable or DSL connection.
Download Times If you're calculating the download time for another file, it's important to remember that 200Mbps stands for 200 Megabits per second (where 8 Megabits are equal to one MegaByte). For this reason, if you're downloading a 200MB (200 MegaByte) file, it will take you 8 seconds to do this and not one second.
Make sure you are logged in to your oldest Gmail/Google account that you are using since 10 years. Once logged in to your account, go to the myactivity.google.com and time to get things creepy for you. It will show all of your searches on Google that you have done since you made an account on the platform.
A general rule of thumb in home networking says that Wi-Fi routers operating on the traditional 2.4 GHz band reach up to 150 feet (46 m) indoors and 300 feet (92 m) outdoors. Older 802.11a routers that ran on 5 GHz bands reached approximately one-third of these distances.