P2: Explain the user side and server side factors that influence the performance of a website. User side:
The download speed is the speed in which something can copy data from the internet to a computer system. The type of service you use can all depend on the download speed, here are some services that can be used:
Dial-Up- Dial up is an old-fashioned way of computer connection. It uses the current analogue telephone line and it has continued to be a popular way of connecting for years. When it first came out it had the average speed of 56kbps. ISDN- ISDN is formally known as Integrated Service Digital Network. This means that the ISDN is a digital network and it connects in a digital way. It is faster than the dial up at the speed of 128kpbs. It does need to be connected to a digital line for it to work. DSL- DSL is formally known as Digital Subscriber Line, it uses the digital lines to run quicker the difference between ISDN and DSL is the speed and price. ISDN is cheaper than DSL because DSL is faster than ISDN; DSL has a speed of 1mp – 8mph. Broadband-Broadband is the fastest with an expected speed of 100mbps (measured in bits per second) in the near future. It is the newest one and many people have broadband over the others. Broadband is constantly changed and improved too keep the speed up.
PC Performance Factors
Browser- Browser is the type of internet source in which you use. There are many kinds of browsers; the mainly used browsers are Safari and Google chrome. New browsers are being made all the time; there are hundreds to choose from. Different browsers work differently on different computers for example Safari will work best on Apple Mac as it is macs own created browser. Cache Memory-Cache Memory this is the memory in which your computer has. The bigger the memory the faster the computer will run. The cache memory is used to reduce the average time to access memory. The more memory you have the less your computer has to...
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