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Zevera and Premiumize.me Changes

I’ve noticed not too long ago that Zevera and Premiumize.me had the same basic backend setup. Same menu layout, many of the same menu options and listed features. Here are some screenshots from their current member’s area / features pages:

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Zevera 2018 – First Thoughts

Zevera is back online with new owners. I’ve been wanting to test the service out, and I finally got the chance.

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Move to Multihoster Testing

I’m going to make a slight shift in approach with this website. Namely, I’ll move toward video tests of multihoster services rather than how I’ve handled most multihoster reviews to date. I’ll also give a more-rounded view of the services: rather than focusing solely on jDownloader downloads, which I personally prefer, I’ll work to record sessions using whatever download tools a multihoster services has to offer their members. At least those that I can test.

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Slow vs Fast Downloads: Why It Happens

There are a huge number of factors at play when it comes to determining just how fast, or how slow, a particular file will download. It seems that a lot of people think that when they download a file, it should always download as fast as their internet service provider (ISP) will allow. Which, maybe this is the ideal situation for the end internet user, but this is hardly what happens in the real world. Not only are there technical and practical limits to things, problems may occur at any point of transmission or receiving data. Problems you may not be aware of that, and in many cases, problems that are completely out of your control.

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Do VPNs Let You Download Faster?

Something I noticed a long time ago is that, in some cases, when using a VPN (virtual private network) I was able to download files faster than using my direct internet connection. It didn’t happen all the time, but it did happen. Being a little more knowledgeable today, I now understand why this was and thought it might be a bit helpful to share it here as I’m sure others have experienced this phenomenon.

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