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in the attatchment, the line goes up and down lots. just wondering why and if it is normal and is there a way to make it go faster?

ps does anyone know where to (legally) get MS paint?

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don't quote me on this...because that seems like alot of fluctuation...but..without mor einformation it's hard to be sure....i think that that is rellatively normal....depending on y our network usage...i mean....any form of networck connectivity is not a steady stream..there's a lot of peaks and vallies...though...those are alot of very similar peaks and vallies so..i dunno...

as far as paint...google paint.net beta
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The network adaptor monitors ALL traffic that goes over the network port, not just Internet Traffic.

If you're using an Ethernet modem or a router then your levels will fluctuate wildly depending on your internet traffic.

The nature of the internet means you will see copious peaks and dips as servers take on and shed extra load through the day. If you just happen to be downloading from a server that's overloaded then you'll see it in your monitoring logs.
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