How to Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10

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In this article, we are going to discuss the options to Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10.

The internet bandwidth manager introduced by Microsoft in Windows 10 will easily let you know how much data a software consumes. However, It does not offer the feature of an internet speed tracker. Although, the real-time internet speed can be tracked through the task manager, which is a time taking process.

Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10

There are different type of speed meter tools available which can easily track your both download and upload speed. Not only that but these tools can be used to check the internet bandwidth usage as well. So, in this article, we are going to share the easiest process to track your internet speed and usage actively on the windows taskbar step by step.

Step 1. Download the DU Meter on your PC by clicking this link.

Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10

Step 2. Open the installation file and go through the setup wizard, then click Next.

Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10

Step 3. ( Optional ) Set a limit for your monthly usage (Optional).

Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10

Step 4. Click on the skip button when asked to link your computer to the dumeter.net account.

Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10

Step 5. After the configuration of DU Meter, click on Yes to enable DU Meter on the taskbar.

Display Internet Speed on Taskbar in Windows 10

Step 6. Now, the upload and download speed can be seen on the taskbar.

Step 7. The network graph along with a few other information can be seen through the floating bar.

This was all about how to show internet speed meter on Taskbar in Windows 10 PC. If you have any doubts related to this, let us know in the comment box below.

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