This may be a duplicate, but I have been pulling my hair out. I just bought a new Toshiba L75D-A7283, and I really hate Windows 8.1, so I decided to put Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on it. Besides a couple of UEFI and graphics issues (which I have resolved), everything works pretty well.
I'm not able to receive a download speed of more than 56 KB/s using Ubuntu Release 12.04 (precise) 32-bit, Kernel Linux 3.2.0-41-generic-pae with the Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030 interface on a Dell XPS L502X laptop.
Hey great community, I need your help with understanding why my internet speed (especially the download speed) is so slow on my Ubuntu machine. check this speed differences between my Windows and Ubuntu machines:
So I made the move from Windows 7 to Ubuntu 12.04 today but the Internet speed is nearly a quarter of what I was previously getting on Windows. All the Hardware is still the same as before. I am quite baffled about why it is like this.
I have tried Googling my issue but nothing seemed to work. Below is my current INTERNET speed.
Before the switch over I had 28-34Mb/s download...
So, I just downloaded Ubuntu 13.10 and I noticed my download is very slow. I tried to download some games through Steam and usually I have a speed of 1.5MB/S now it's between 500 KB/S and 1 MB/S all the time... I already tried some fixes I found on this website but nothing seemed to work. Any help would be hugely appreciated :D
I'm pretty new to Ubuntu to please bare with me...
I've just joined the dark side, moving over from Windows 7 to Ubuntu 12.04 (64bit) and I've found that the Internet speed is excessively slower then in Windows (dual booting) I've tried this with Ubuntu 32bit and 64 bit and still the same.
It's possibly a driver/firmware problem but when I've been searching online I've not found any additional f