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Re joining
« on: December 06, 2014, 07:12:36 PM »
Hopefully my upload and download stats plus the uptime will help out the team. I have a VERY high stat for all of them.
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Re: Re joining
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2014, 03:06:17 AM »
Wow, Whatpulse has changed a bit since I last used it...didn't realise it now collects upload/download and uptime, plus the stats for clicks and keystrokes are way more detailed.  I've also now rejoined, could be a bit of fun.

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Re: Re joining
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2014, 04:18:57 PM »
Your upload and download stats are crazy Mulreay. What are you uploading and downloading?
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Re: Re joining
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2014, 07:09:01 PM »
Your upload and download stats are crazy Mulreay. What are you uploading and downloading?

Before I moved abroad I had one of the best internet packages available in the UK (150mb/s down and 15mb/s up) so with 3 PC's and 4 laptops on the go 24/7 streaming online media, uploading to my websites and YouTube I seem to use the internet a lot. I don't watch TV or anything but if there is a show I like I would stream it or *cough* acquire it online, like Game of Thrones and the such.

Don't get me wrong I'm no saint when it comes to TV shows but I pay for all my games (195 on Steam) which all had to be downloaded to my PC's and one laptop and some are very large files. Also as and when I upgraded a PC I would re-install my Steam library which happened quite a few times. plus I used to use 'Onlive' at one point which is a game cloud service you have probably heard of. 

Just lots of online activity I guess. Obviously there is a little more to this than that but I know the rules  ;D  And no I'm not an excessive downloader from certain questionable websites that may sometimes get taken offline like now. But I'm also not an angel for such things.

My up and down has decreased significantly since I moved here until I move in to my new place at the beginning of Jan, the internet is terrible in my rented flat but I'm still pumping around 40-50gb down and a LOT less up per week. I would say it's a misspent youth but I'm far from being a youth.  :P 
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