Monitor Internet Connection Speed And Data Usage
Is your ISP (Internet service provider) charging you more than your actual Internet usage? Are you getting the exact bandwidth Internet connection speed, for which you are paying?
These are questions every Internet users may like to know when you pay your monthly bill. You don’t have to be a Network specialist to know and monitor Internet connection speed and data usage.
You can easily monitor your Internet connection speed and data Usage with this freeware tool. Networx is a freeware tool, very handy application to monitor your network connections.
NetWorx is a simple and powerful tool that helps you evaluate your Internet bandwidth consumption. You can collect bandwidth usage data and your Internet connection speed.
With this tool you can monitor all your network connections or just a specific network connection. Such as Wireless or Mobile Broadband. You can set this tool to alert you when the network connection is down or when there is unusually heavy data flow. You can set it up to automatically disconnect all dial-up connections and shut down the system.
This tool sits on the system tray and helps you monitor your network connections. Use it to determine your Internet connection speed. You can even set quota to put a cap on your bandwidth consumption.
1: Clear graphic and/or numeric display.
2: Usage reports, exportable to a variety of file formats, including Excel, MS Word and HTML.
3: Close supervision of uploads and downloads.
4:Support of dial-up, ISDN, cable modems, ADSL, Ethernet cards, and more.
5: Network information and testing tools with advanced netstat that displays applications using your Internet connection.
6: Options to notify the user or automatically disconnect from the Internet when the network activity exceeds a certain level.
7: Speed meter to accurately time downloads and report the average transfer rates.
8: Dial-up session journal with detailed information about every session.
9: Absolutely free and does not contain any adware, spyware or malware.