The test is nice and useful as it always has been, but I noticed a few things on my latest test.
First off, the bandwidth test is too short to detect the real bandwidth of some faster connections. My connection is 320 Mb/s but the test here finished while it was still ramping up and stopped at 65,176 Kb/s (65 Mb/s). When I test using speedtest.net it gives accurate results. I understand this is a limitation of the ookla test and isn't under your control, but as people get faster connections it's something you should think about.
Secondly, and related to the first, the highest option for download speed on the form at the end is 150 Mb/s. There are quite a few ISP's now that offer up to 1 Gb/s speeds. You may want to consider updating that.
And finally, you list steam.exe as a craplet and as "A utility related to the Half-Live game." Okay, first it's "Half-Life", and second that's a 16 year old game. Steam is far more than that and is far from a craplet. If steam is deemed a craplet then so should Origin and U-Play as they all do similar things just for different gaming companies.
Thanks for the good work you do guys!
Edited by badbinary, 23 September 2014 - 07:43 PM.