when you are downloading, your computer is receiving information from another system via the.
Uploading is when your computer is sending inormation to another system via the internet.
Example. I can UPLOAD a video from my computer to YouTube's system.
then you can go to the video and it will DOWNLOAD the information from YouTube's system to your computer as it plays
Speed is the difference between HDSL and ADSL. HDSL has high upload and download speeds whereas ADSL has a slow upload speed coupled with a high download speed.
Basically: Download takes Upload gives
The word "upload" means to transfer something to another place (mostly found in the Internet). But the word "download" means to copy something and put it in another place. Note: This answer only refers to the meanings of these words in technology. So, the difference between "upload" and "download" is: uploading is to transfer, but download is to copy.
Upload is when you put some of your stuff like music files or picture files from your PC to the internet, while dowload is when you take files from the internet and download into your PC.
It is easy to remember if you imagine that the computers of the internet are "in the sky" above your computer. Upload it taking a file from your computer and putting it on a "computer in the sky". Download is getting the file "down" to your computer on "earth"
When we receive data from a remote or central system, such as a web server, it is called a download. Sending of data from a computer to a website is called upload. "During a download we receive files and during an upload we send files." That is the difference.
smtp is a mailing protocol used in emails while ftp is a protocol used to upload or download afile from the internet.
Upload is when you transfer something (such as info from a Flash Drive, or songs from a CD inserted in your computer) into your computer. So it refers to anything from an external source that you are putting into your computer.Download refers to anything you transfer from the Internet or email into your computer.
ADSL has speeds of 8mbit/s download and 1mbit/s upload ADSL2 has speeds of 12mbit/s download and 1.3mbit/s upload ADSL2 uses imporved modulation techniques over adsl
upload: send a copy from source (yours) to another destination, usually a different machine download: copy from another machine (or web site) to yours (pc, pda, etc) Not all computer language have this abstraction, not even copy.
To "upload" a file means that you are transferring a file from your computer to the internet. To "download" a file means that you are transferring a file from the internet to your computer.
the opposite of download is upload
You don't. If you don't upload then don't download.
The opposite of download
Verizon offers four different levels of high speed internet based on download and upload rates. First, 0.5 to 1 Mbps Download and 384 Kbps Upload. Second, 1.1 to 3 Mbps Download and 384 Kbps Upload, Third, 3.1 to 7 Mbps Download and 768 Kbps Upload. Lastly, 7.1 to 15 Mbps Download and 768 Kbps Upload.
Your upload and download speed are dependant on what package you have with your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Upload speed is generally very low in residential connections, but the higher your download speed is, the higher your upload speed will be, in most cases.To increase your download speed you will have to contact your ISP and ask them to increase it, or complain if your not getting what your meant to get.
Nothing. It is free to upload and download on YouTube.
Nope you'll have to upload it
3G is a list of standards that apply to cell phones that generally end up with 5 Mbps upload speed and 100 Mbps download speed. Broadband USB involves multiple frequencies in telecommunications, namely the Internet, that are delivered via USB usually with an upload speed of 15 Mbps and a download speed of 1 Gbps.
Use some software to download the Video from YouTubeUpload it to Mediafire
Download a newer version
If it's like the DSL terminology, these terms refer to the upload/download speeds. Symmetrical means that the upload (sending) speed is the same as the download (receiving) speed. Asymmetrical means that the upload and download speeds are not the same. This is the most common, especially for home use. Typically the download speed is faster than the upload speed (more data is usually downloaded than uploaded). If somebody was running a website or server, they might want the opposite, because they would be sending out more than receiving. Asymmetrical is more common, because it makes better use of the resources. For simplicity, say you decide to pay for the equivalent of a total bandwidth of 30 Mbps (megabits per second). They could either allocate the resources as 25 Mbps download and 5 Mbps upload, or 15 & 15. So depending on your needs, if you download a lot, you'd probably want the faster download speed, without having to pay for the faster upload speed, which you may not really need.
Assuming an ADSL line, typical values would be 2 Mbps download and 128 kbps upload.
I think any computer that allows people to upload and download files to and from the PC is called a server :\