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possible to test ''speedtest.net'' trough cmd.exe ?

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possible to test ''speedtest.net'' trough cmd.exe ? or downlaod a .exe or a mp4 etc?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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no as it requires a browser. a mp4 is a video file not an executable. Where does JAVA come into play here?
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problem solved, thank you!!
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