Posted 01 September 2006 - 02:54 PM
Lag is a fact of life with remote desktop stuff - it's because the entire desktop has to redraw whenever you change/move something. Very resource intensive. In experiments with pcAnywhere at my wife's office - the lag is in the transmission of the redrawn screen rather than on the host PC.
And this is with 2 very good cable internet connections running (6 mbps and 3 mbps).
Speedtests are relative to the distance they are from you (and how many "legs" of the internet that they access). You'll have great download and upload speed where the cable comes out of the computer - but each step along the way puts more restrictions on how fast you can go. Generally when doing a speedtest it's best to select the site closest to you for the best results.
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