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Does An HTML5-based Broadband Speed Test Exist?

Is there any website than can perform an upload/download speed test benchmark that will work on a computer that does not have java or flash installed?

I have searched extensively and I have not found any sites that do not require either downloading and installing something, or having something other than vanilla IE installed.

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What you should be looking for is a HTML5 Internet speed test. No add-ons/plugins (Flash/Java) are required when it comes to HTML5, and it should work well on both desktop and mobile devices.

Here are 4 HTML5 Internet speed test websites I have found:

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HTML5SpeedTest.me worked great on the server. Thanks. –  Scott Chamberlain Sep 28 '12 at 21:57
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speedOf.me is definitely the best HTML5 bandwidth speed test. Its interface is more beautiful than others.

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I found this after a quick google search: http://www.pcpitstop.com/internet/Bandwidth.asp I didn't find any upload test in english, I do know this one: http://www.speedtest.nl/TestSuite/TestController.asp

I don't know what version of IE you are using (I don't think it will work on IE8) but you might be interested in a HTML5 bandwidth test like http://testmy.net/

EDIT: testmy.net works in IE8 which is the standard IE version on Win7

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