"Bert Hyman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Somehow, the "normal" update speed on the network chart has become 2
> seconds, rather than one second.
> The "high" speed seems to be about 0.5 seconds and "low" looks to be
> How can I get the "normal" back to update at 1 second intervals, so
> displayed "bytes per interval" match the actual speed on the line?
> Bert Hyman St. Paul, MN email@example.com
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Gerry Cornell) wrote in
> In Task Manager View, Update and check what you require.
> Hope this helps.
Nope. As I said:
"The "high" speed seems to be about 0.5 seconds and "low" looks to
be about 4."
The "normal" setting is supposed to be 1 second, and on my other
systems, it ->is 1 second. Somehow, on this one machine, the "normal"
setting produces an update period of 2 seconds.
I'm assuming that this is controlled by a registry setting of some
sort which has somehow been changed.