If you love to display internet speed on Windows 10 Taskbar, this gearupwindows article will guide you. By default, Windows does not have an option to show the Internet speed on the taskbar that means you’ll need to download a third-party tool.
How to Display Internet Speed on the Taskbar of Windows 10?
To display internet speed on the taskbar of Windows 11 or 10, do the following:-
Step 1. First, download a third-party app called NetSpeedMonitor (Ensure to download the correct program, the file’s name should end in x64).
Step 2. Then install it in compatibility mode.
For that, right-click on the downloaded setup file and select the
Step 3. Once the installation is completed, browse the Program Files folder and open the NetSpeedMonitor folder there.
Step 4. Right-click on the
Step 5. Select the
Step 6. Under the “Compatibility mode” section, check the option “Run this program in compatibility mode for” and select
Step 7. Once you set the compatibility mode, perform a double-click on
Step 8. You will be prompted with a dialog box; click
Step 8. Now, a configuration window will open to make any changes to your language and network adapter if you wish. Click
After hitting the
How to use NetSpeedMonitor?
By default, NetSpeedMonitor estimates the Internet speed in Kbit (Kilobits). You may change that to Mbit (Megabits) since most Internet Service Providers reports speeds in Megabits per second. To change this setting, do the following:-
Step 1. Right-click on the NetSpeedMonitor speed display on the taskbar and select
Step 2. Click on the drop-down menu beside
Step 3. Click the
If you wish, you can make other adjustments such as the font family, size, language, toolbar alignment, selecting network device, etc.
You can download NetSpeedMonitor from Softpedia.