What is the difference between download and upload internet speed?
For instance, AT&T download and upload internet speeds can have as much as an 400 Mbps difference between upload vs. download speed. The internet speed you need depends heavily on your online activities and how many internet users you have at home.
How do I download an upload file?
If you have received a unique upload file URL, simply click the “download” button. If you see a message about the file requiring "retrieval", you'll need to be on a paid plan to access it. Are there log files or backups?
How do I download a file from a website?
Some browsers don’t always start this download process when you click the link to a file. In these cases, you can right-click the link, then click Save Link As, then select a location to download the file. If a site allows uploads, it will have an upload utility to help perform the file transfer.
Why is uploading a file considered an upload?
The file started with you and ended up somewhere else, so it's considered an upload. This is true for any transfer like this, no matter the file type. You can upload documents to your teacher via email, upload a video to YouTube, upload music to your online music collection, etc.