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How to check network adapter speed on Windows 10? Below are 4 ways. Learn how to check network card speed on Windows 10 via Settings, Control Panel, CMD, or PowerShell.

Way 1. Check Network Adapter Speed on Windows 10 from Settings

  1. Click Start -> Settings to open Windows Settings. Click Network & Internet.
  2. Click Status in the left panel.
  3. In the right window, click View your network properties link under Change your network settings.
  4. Under Properties, find the network adapter, the Ethernet or Wi-Fi, and find the speed next to Link speed (Receive/Transmit).

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Way 2. Check Network Card Speed on Windows 10 in Control Panel

  1. Press Windows + R, type control panel, and press Enter to open Control Panel in Windows 10.
  2. Click Network and Internet, and click Network and Sharing Center.
  3. Click Change adapter settings in the left panel.
  4. In the pop-up window, double-click the target network adapter, your Ethernet or Wi-Fi.
  5. Then you can check Speed under Connection to check the connection speed of your Ethernet or Wi-Fi adapter when connected to the network.

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Way 3. Check Network Adapter Speed on Windows 10 with CMD

  1. Click Start, type cmd, right-click Command Prompt, and select Run as administrator.
  2. In Command Prompt window, type the command wmic nic where netEnabled=true get name, speed, and press Enter. This will list all detected Ethernet and Wi-Fi adapters in your Windows 10 computer and display their speeds.

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  1. Press Windows + X and select Windows PowerShell (Admin) to open PowerShell in Windows 10.
  2. In PowerShell window, type the command Get-NetAdapter | select interfaceDescription, name, status, linkSpeed, and press Enter. This command can list all your Ethernet and Wi-Fi adapters name, status, and their speeds.

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