NetWorx is a simple and free, yet powerful tool that helps you objectively evaluate your bandwidth situation. You can use it to collect bandwidth usage data and measure the speed of your Internet or any other network connection. It can help you identify possible sources of network problems, ensure that you don't exceed the bandwidth limits specified by your ISP, or track down suspicious network activity characteristic of Trojan horses and hacker attacks. The program allows you to monitor all your network connections or a specific network connection (such as Ethernet or PPP) only.
The software also features a system of highly customizable visual and sound alerts. You can set it up to alert you when the network connection is down or when some suspicious activity, such as unusually heavy data flow, occurs. It can also automatically disconnect all dialup connections and shut down the system. The incoming and outgoing traffic is represented on a line chart and logged to a file, so that you can always view statistics about your daily, weekly and monthly bandwidth usage and dialup duration. The reports can be exported to a variety of formats, such as HTML, MS Word and Excel, for further analysis.
- Added a hidden setting for virtual adapters monitoring ignored by default
- Fixed firing off-peak notifications as they were sometimes not processed
- Fixed graph disappearance when clicking the desktop in Hide Graph on Full Screen
- Added Properties and Open File Location menu options in the application view
- Added experimental workaround for routers with incorrect UPnP implementation
- Added getting process name from the kernel for reliable application names reporting
- Updated languages, filter drivers, done numerous minor fixes and improvements
Reviewing 5.3.2 (Jul 13, 2014)
Hands down, the BEST!
Reviewing 5.2.12 (Mar 6, 2014)
Love the taskbar addon. Nice app.
Reviewing 5.2.2 (Jan 11, 2012)
Super app and free!
Reviewing 5.2.1 (Nov 7, 2011)
One of the best pieces of freeware to ever exist.
Reviewing 5.2 (Oct 18, 2011)
Holy crap this is good!
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