While the FCC has officially determined that the definition of broadband internet in the U.S. would require a minimum download speed of 25Mpbs and a minimum upload speed of 3Mbps, here we are with BT, the largest internet service provider in the UK, who intends to deliver what they deem to be ‘ultrafast’ speeds across the entire country. Home users will be pleased to know that the existing BT Infinity 2 fibre connections are capable of delivering speeds of up to 76Mbps, and rival Virgin Media is ahead of the pack with speeds of up to 152Mbps. BT intends to take the position of top dog eventually, citing that it is capable of delivering “ultrafast speeds of up to 500Mbps to most of the UK within a decade.”
It goes without saying that any operating system, no matter how well thought out it is, will still come with some issues to fix, minor or otherwise. After all, there is no such thing as an unbreakable code, and hence, it is not surprising to hear that preview versions of Windows 10 do arrive with their very own set of bugs, issues and problems. Having said that, the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 graphics driver for Windows 10 has just been updated, and this means installing the latest update ought to spell the end of video playback issues and resolve some other bugs along the way.