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If you want to import or export Microsoft Excel files (XLS, XLSX) or import OpenOffice Calc documents, download the "Generic package including all optional libraries" (approx. 30MB). If you are in doubt which one to use, download that.




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If you download the archive "with optional libraries", the libraries will automatically be extracted into the ext subdirectory and you can remove the existing libraries from directory where sqlworkbench.jar is located.


The data in each Table file is updated monthly including RDGs. Table files are updated around the 20th of each month and RDGs are updated around the 1st. These files may be downloaded free of charge at any time. Each Zip File contains a data file--you can locate the record layout file in a separate column.


Any service or otherwise obtained through the use of the CAEN SwFw is done at your own discretion and risk, and you will be solely responsible for any damage to your computer system or loss of data that results from the download and/or use of any such material or service.


Use the Download Time Calculator to accurately calculate the time needed to download a file for multiple Internet connection speeds.Enter the downloaded file size in the field below and specify the file size measure units in the drop-box.


To download means to receive a file from the Internet. Such files typically are downloaded from a web server such as HTTP, FTP, mail server, or other. In contrast, upload means transferring a file to a remote server.The term "download" may also refer to a file that is offered for downloading, has been downloaded or the actual process of transferring the file.E.g. "A download is available on the product page.", "This is a very large download.", "A download is running so I will make a coffee."


Downloading transfers files for local use and storage. Do not mistake this with streaming, where the data is used immediately, while the transmission is in progress. Such data usually is not stored long-term. Streaming usually is used to display video or audio in a web browser or application. For example, YouTube is a video streaming service. Such streaming services even prevent the storage and use of the downloaded data.


Please note that downloading is not the same as data transfer. The term "data transfer" is used to denote moving or copying data between storage devices. Receiving data from the Internet is downloading. The duration of the download is known as download time.


Download time is the time needed to transfer a file from the Internet to a local computer, phone, tablet, or another Internet-connected device. The download time is determined by the connection speed between the two devices and the size of the transferred file. The connection speed is determined by the hardware capabilities of the two devices and also the ISP (Internet Service Provider) that they use. A faster connection speed will result in a faster download and shorter download time. Of course, a smaller file will require a shorter download time too.


The download speed is determined by your service provider and the hardware limits of the connection. For example, the highest download speed of a 100Base-T connection is 100 Megabits. Of course, that speed is the maximum that can be reached on such hardware and may be slower based on the Internet plan that you have signed for.


You can check your download and upload speeds at SpeedTest.NET. The download and upload speeds are usually different. In most cases, the upload speed is much slower than the download speed. If the two are equal we call such connection symmetric. If the connection is not "shaped" (limited) by an ISP it is symmetric by default. Please note that the above test is not always correct. IS providers usually detect where your computer connects and provide higher speeds for tests if they detect that you are trying to test your connection speed. Use the Download Time Calculator above to enter your file size and calculate the time needed for the transfer. Multiple Internet connection speeds are listed and you can see the ones that are close to yours.


To calculate the download time using the download time calculator, enter the file size in the edit field and select the measure units from the drop-down box on the right - bits, bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes, petabytes, exabytes, zettabytes, or yottabytes. The time needed to download or upload the file will be calculated automatically for multiple connection speeds. You can view all the download times in the table below the download time calculator.


To calculate download time manually you have to divide the file size by the connection speed. The more difficult part is that you have to convert the speed and time units to the desired ones. All the download speeds are in bits per second e.g. Mbps is Megabits per second, Gbps is Gigabits per second. In the above calculation those seconds are converted to days, hours, minutes and seconds for easier reading. To convert the seconds to minutes you have to divide them by 60 (seconds in a minute) and the whole part will be minutes and the fractional part that is left is the seconds.


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The aerial photographs available from this site are from the United States Department of Agriculture.The scale of these images is 1:20,000.To download image(s), navigate the map below and click on an area of interest. A pop-up will provide a download link for the (zipped) aerial photo that covers the area. Note that there may be multiple images that cover the location clicked. The images are not georeferenced.Alternatively, view a complete list of links to the aerial photo images and approximate bounding coordinates. The images available for download are of higher quality than those shown in the index.The index is not available at the highest zoom levels. If you zoom in too far and the index image disappears, just zoom out or reload the page.


The USB VCP Windows drivers can be downloaded from the FTDI website at Select the driver for the Windows version you are using and the ZIP file will be downloaded. All the programmer kits use the 'FT232BM' chip. Installation guides (PDFs) can be found at


Two DOS utilities are available for downloading to examine and reorder fragmented hex files which some compilers produce. (Fragmented hex files can choke any serial programming software not expecting it.) hexmap.exe and reorder.exe


Fiber internet providers like EarthLink, Google Fiber, and AT&T are the best for working from home. You get equally fast upload and download speeds, which are especially great if you need to transfer large files to a remote server or be on video calls.


Video calls require you to send and receive real-time video simultaneously, so there are a few internet speed factors you should keep in mind to get the most out of your remote meetings: download speed, upload speed, and latency.


If you run into video conferencing issues, your upload speed is most likely the culprit. Cable and DSL internet providers give customers much less upload speed than download. So even if your download speed is safely in the clear for video calls, your upload speed might not be up to par for big group calls. Turn off your video or switch to a wired connection for better results.


The average web page uses about 2 MB (megabytes) of data. That translates to 16 Mb (megabits) because there are eight bits in one byte. So if you want a whole web page to load within a second, 16 Mbps of download speed would be great. 041b061a72


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