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using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Net;
 
namespace SpeedTest
{
   
    class Program
    {
        
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            Console.Title = "A simple speedtest app";
 
            // the URL to download a file from
            Uri URL = new Uri("http://tv.vnn.vn");
            WebClient wc = new WebClient();
 
            Console.WriteLine("Welcome to this simple speedtest,\nwhich will test your download rate.");
            Console.WriteLine("Press any key to begin.");
            Console.ReadKey();
 
            Console.WriteLine("\nDownloading file: 1024kb.txt...");
            Console.WriteLine("From http://tv.vnn.vn");
            Console.WriteLine("Note: This file will automatically be deleted after the test.");
            
            // get current tickcount 
            double starttime = Environment.TickCount;
 
            // download file from the specified URL, and save it to C:\speedtest.txt
            
            wc.DownloadFile(URL, @"C:\SpeedTest\SpeedTest\speedtest.txt");
 
            // get current tickcount
            double endtime = Environment.TickCount;
 
            // how many seconds did it take?
            // we are calculating this by subtracting starttime from endtime
            // and dividing by 1000 (since the tickcount is in miliseconds.. 1000 ms = 1 sec)
            double secs = Math.Floor(endtime - starttime) / 1000;
 
            // round the number of secs and remove the decimal point
            double secs2 = Math.Round(secs, 0);
 
            // calculate download rate in kb per sec.
            // this is done by dividing 1024 by the number of seconds it
            // took to download the file (1024 bytes = 1 kilobyte)
            double kbsec = Math.Round(1024 / secs);
 
            Console.WriteLine("\nCompleted. Statistics:\n");
 
            Console.WriteLine("1mb download: \t{0} secs ({1} secs)", secs2, secs);
            Console.WriteLine("Download rate: \t{0} kb/sec", kbsec);
 
            Console.WriteLine("\nPress any key to exit...");
            Console.Read();
            Console.WriteLine("Cleaning up... (deleting downloaded file)");
            try
            {
                // delete downloaded file
                System.IO.File.Delete(@"C:\SpeedTest\SpeedTest\speedtest.txt");
                Console.WriteLine("Done.");
            }
            catch
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Couldn't delete download file.");
                Console.WriteLine("To delete the file yourself, go to your C-drive and look for the file 'speedtest.txt'.");
                Console.ReadKey();
            } 
        }
 
    }
}
[Edit]Code block added, 'C#' and 'services' tag added, 'to' tag removed[/Edit]
Posted 22-Jan-13 8:09am
vbtoan287
Edited 22-Jan-13 8:10am
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Solution 2

I did as above but the following error message
 
Starting a second message loop on a single thread is not a valid operation. Use Form.ShowDialog instead.
 
in position
Application.Run(new Form1());
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