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Ping statistics for 2607:f8b0:4006:816::200e:
Packets: Sent = 250, Received = 250, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 7ms, Maximum = 15ms, Average = 9ms
I wonder of your ISP is throttling YouTube and Netflix during times of heavy traffic? It also appears that you are connected via the IPv6 protocol, which may be causing an issue. Maybe @Fred Garvin can shed more light on this.
 

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Open a command prompt (Win-R "cmd") and enter this command:

ping -n 250 youtube.com

This will take a while so you don't have to watch it, you can minimize the command prompt window, just don't close it.

Highlight the summary and then go to the icon at the upper left corner and select Edit > Copy and past it here.

It should look something like this.

Ping statistics for 142.251.32.174:
Packets: Sent = 250, Received = 250, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 25ms, Maximum = 41ms, Average = 26ms
Also I would like to mention that the guy who built the pc did go from windows 7 to windows 10 and my control panel is a little weirder looking than what it used to look like.
 

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I wonder of your ISP is throttling YouTube and Netflix during times of heavy traffic? It also appears that you are connected via the IPv6 protocol, which may be causing an issue. Maybe @Fred Garvin can shed more light on this.
Not too sure what that means but is there anything I can do? I took some test that says test your ipv6 and it says
Test if your ISP's DNS server uses IPv6 bad (4.885s)
 

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Your ISP is probably not using IPV6
Go to Search and type Control Panel and press Enter.
In the View By drop down menu on the upper right, select Large Icons. That should show you the old Control Panel.

Go to search and type ncpa.cpl and press Enter. Right click your Ethernet adapter and choose Properties. Select Internet Protocol Version (TCP-IPv4) and click the Properties button. Click the Radio button Use the following DNS server Address. And type in the Google DNS server
Preferred: 8.8.8.8; Alternate 8.8.4.4 press OK and restart the computer.
If you still have problems go to Settings/Network & Internet scroll to the bottom and click the link Network Reset./Reset Now. Then restart the computer and see how it goes.
 

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Also im not sure if my ipv6 is supposed to be my current location but if it is then its really far away from where I really am.
Your ping times to Google (YouTube returns a Google address) were really low. Either its servers are located close to you or there is a good internet line between your ISP and them.

It might be fun to check this. Enter this command:

TRACERT YouTube.com

I get some interesting stuff when I look up the IP addresses along the route. For instance, the trace goes through AT&T and then through a network owned by Apple before it reaches YouTube.
 

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Your ping times to Google (YouTube returns a Google address) were really low. Either its servers are located close to you or there is a good internet line between your ISP and them.

It might be fun to check this. Enter this command:

TRACERT YouTube.com

I get some interesting stuff when I look up the IP addresses along the route. For instance, the trace goes through AT&T and then through a network owned by Apple before it reaches YouTube.
I get
2 10 ms 3 ms 5 ms 2600:4040:5090::1
3 2 ms 3 ms 6 ms 2600:4000:1:128::38
4 9 ms 9 ms 12 ms 0.csi1.CMBRMABE-MSE01-BB-SU1.ALTER.NET [2001:506:0:110::2]
5 * * * Request timed out.
6 * * * Request timed out.
7 10 ms 9 ms 9 ms 2600:802::81
8 10 ms 12 ms 8 ms 2600:802:78f::42
9 * * * Request timed out.
10 11 ms 10 ms 11 ms 2001:4860:0:1::17b3
11 11 ms 9 ms 8 ms lga25s78-in-x0e.1e100.net [2607:f8b0:4006:81e::200e]

Trace complete.
 

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I didn't mean for you to post it as it sort of shows where you are. I just thought you might be interested in it. It does show that you have a rather fast connection time to the Google servers though.

Here are a couple of articles on assessing the results of your traceroute.

 

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I didn't mean for you to post it as it sort of shows where you are. I just thought you might be interested in it. It does show that you have a rather fast connection time to the Google servers though.

Here are a couple of articles on assessing the results of your traceroute.

I didn't mean for you to post it as it sort of shows where you are. I just thought you might be interested in it. It does show that you have a rather fast connection time to the Google servers though.

Here are a couple of articles on assessing the results of your traceroute.

Is there anything that you can think of that could be the reason on why my youtube and google and stuff is so slow? Could it be that ipv6 thing or something completely different?
 

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From what I can see, your internet connection appears to be working fine but the networking specialist might shine more light on this if he ever comes back.

Here are some things you might try regarding YouTube. Ignore the sponsored Reparit stuff. If you use a different browser the steps will be similar.

 

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From what I can see, your internet connection appears to be working fine but the networking specialist might shine more light on this if he ever comes back.

Here are some things you might try regarding YouTube. Ignore the sponsored Reparit stuff. If you use a different browser the steps will be similar.

Tried the things for youtube and none worked which stinks. What do you mean networking specialist?
 
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