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Test Your Internet Download Speed from Terminal Using (Fast)

Fast is a tiny utility program for testing your internet download speed from the terminal, to get started, you simply install via the snap store (Ubuntu):

sudo snap install fast

If you don't have snap already installed, install using the following command:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install snapd

To check internet download speed, simply run fast

This is my download speed:

user@blog:~$ fast
 -> 23.86 Mbps

To remove snap, use:

sudo snap remove fast

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