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NetSpeedMonitor

Lightweight Network Interface Monitoring

NetSpeedMonitor

NetSpeedMonitor is a lightweight Network Monitoring Toolbar for your Windows Taskbar designed to be used on computers that run Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista or Windows 7. With NetSpeedMonitor you can monitor the current speed (up- and downstream) of your Network Interfaces and the amount of data transferred. In addition to the Connection Table with all TCP/UDP endpoints and the Toolbar Tooltip with a quick and short traffic overview, you can also see detailed daily and monthly Traffic Statistics. NetSpeedMonitor toolbar requires no additional drivers like other Network Monitoring tools do!

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Connection Table with all TCP/UDP endpoints

NetSpeedMonitor Connection Table

NetSpeedMonitor will show you detailed listings of all TCP and UDP endpoints on your system, including the local and remote addresses and state of TCP connections. It also reports the name of the process that owns the endpoint.

Daily and Monthly Traffic Reports

NetSpeedMonitor Data Traffic

The amount of data transferred each day, month, and year can be saved in a SQLite Database. SQLite is the most widely deployed Open Source SQL database engine in the world and requires not additional setup.

Fully Customizable with Multilingual User Interfaces

NetSpeedMonitor is fully customizable to meet your needs and available in several languages including English, German, Spanish, Italian, and Russian.

NetSpeedMonitor Configuration
NetSpeedMonitor Configuration
NetSpeedMonitor Configuration
NetSpeedMonitor Configuration
NetSpeedMonitor Configuration

Quick Access Toolbar

NetSpeedMonitor Toolbar Menu

Apart from providing quick access to the Traffic Reports and the Connection Table, the Toolbars menu also provides shortcuts to often used Windows features.

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Please see the Release Notes for additional relevant information. If you like using NetSpeedMonitor please donate to support further development. Thank you!

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Last updated on April 5, 2010 12:02 AM