Download times vary depending on a number of factors. The most significant is how you connect to the Internet (modem, cable, DSL, etc.). Other factors include the current level of Internet traffic and congestion, load on your ISP or corporate systems, and load on our servers. If your download appears to be running slower than it should, try again at another time or off-peak hours. ("Peak" times are generally normal business hours in the United States, Monday through Friday.)
This chart shows typical download times for a 10 Mbyte and 30 MByte file. Your actual times could be faster or slower, depending on the many variables detailed above.
Typical Download Speeds
|Connection Speed||10 MByte file||30 MByte file
|56.6 Kbps (Dial-up)||30 minutes||1.5 hours|
|1.5 Mbps||2 minutes||5 minutes