A couple of things come to mind. Sometimes the site you're going to gets overloaded and become slow. Every time you go to a site, your connection can be routed through different sites, and sometimes one of these sites can be slow and/or having problems. I just had it happen with Dell forums which are normally fast, and sometimes I see it happen here as well.
Of the sites that I use daily, forums can be the slowest to load, especially when traffic is heavy. The rule of "peak times" doesn't apply to forums, as members/viewers are scattered all over the planet. Normally at 2AM, I have no problem traveling anywhere, but on this forum & the popular E-Cig forum, sometimes I'll have issues with posting or pages loading slow. If the issue persists, I use the time to grab a snack & usually things are back to par.
I used only 2 seconds to finish downloading a 200M size file.
You happen to be one of the "one-percenters" when it comes to ISP speeds. Wow.......with these speeds, you're set for life. That's 100MB/sec.
A few years back, our current POTUS was pushing for this (these advertised speeds) as a basic human right, such as clean drinking water, utilities, etc. Stated this was needed, to that the unemployed could find work, patients would have fast access to healthcare, etc. However, haven't heard another word about it since.
Guess it was all smoke & mirrors.
Wait a minute, I found it. However, it's been downgraded to 100Mb/sec & unfortunately, there's already those whom are complaining these funds can be put to better use. By the time it's said & done, Americans will end up with a "basic right" of 25Mb/sec & that may be stretching it. Read on for more.
According to this plan, not all Americans will qualify for the service. This is much different than what was initially promised orally.