How to Check Internet Speed ​​on macOS Monterey

Apple officially launched macOS Monterey to general users since the end of last October. MacOS Monterey is equipped with new features that make it easier for users to check internet quality. With this feature, users do not have to use additional applications or third-party sites to check internet speed on Mac devices.

Users can use "Terminal" to check internet speed on macOS Monterey. Check internet speed using "Terminal" brings several advantages for users. Internet speed test results via "Terminal" are more accurate than third-party sites or applications. In addition, users also don't need to see dozens of advertisements on the Mac screen when checking internet speed through the "Terminal".


How to Check Internet Speed ​​on MacOS Monterey

1. Open the Terminal app

2. Type "networkquality" without the quotes.

3. Click Enter. Then Terminal will perform internet speed testing automatically.

The internet speed testing process will take 15 seconds. When the test is complete, you will see the results of the upload speed and download speed testing.

At the end of the summary of the internet speed test results, you will also see responsiveness with 3 statuses, namely, low, medium, and high.

Low status means that the internet service used has poor internet speed that interferes with downloading, video-calling, or playing online games.

Medium status means that the internet service used has medium internet speed which has the potential to cause lag when making video calls or similar activities.

High status means that the internet service used has good internet speed.

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