The files that are downloaded from servers uses internet bandwidth to push files along the network at different speeds. Every time you download a file from your ISP, surf the Web, or use the audio application, you can use the bandwidth.
Bandwidth is a group of cable or fiber connection to the network server. Depending on the degree wire determines the amount of data coming through the network, which hosts the site. When someone tries to get more information than can be handled online, the whole network slows down.
ISPs can put a limit on the bandwidth at certain times during peak periods or a flat fee per month for bandwidth. If you exceed the package, so they charge you extra for using extra bandwidth. Some ISPs will shut down transmissions until traffic is more stable on the network.
You can download multiple files (images, audio, video, flash and other programs and scripts) website. This excludes, of course, banners and pop-ups and specific documents and images, which should be the medium server load.
Bandwidth bandits link to photos and other files directly to another server instead of putting them on their local server. There are various reasons why they do this, but one reason is to obtain a bandwidth as much as possible to show their links and images. So they “steal” images or audio files each time the site is initialized meaning that they steal bandwidth.
There are some ways you can stop someone from stealing your bandwidth allocation. If they have an e-mail, I contact them personally or go through Network Solutions and do an IP lookup which will give you information on the person and the site is recorded. You can always contact the company that hosts their site too.
The bandwidth can be expensive, and the last thing you want is someone stealing.