I am a non techie person but would like to know how i use my laptop to view how many bytes, kbs etc are on a page i am viewing, a non moving page on the web (and if it did update with adverts or whatever)
Hopefully you guys can help me as i am now over 40 and need to start learning these things, as my provider has a fair use policy and i want to know what i am doing or talking about if i have to call them xXx
I dont know, here is what i was thinking though, as a general rule (let me know if this sounds a good way of working it out) My google homepage on laptop is static - no adverts so no running data costs?
But sky sports changes pics etc about 12 times a minute so if average page is 600 bytes then 12 x 600 is 7200 so round it off (upwards to the 1000)
= 1 kilobyte
If I leave laptop on Sky Sports home page for 16 hours I will have used 1 MB