Release Date: October 1, 2002.
Netstat Viewer represents a graphical user interface for the netstat (network statistics) command-line tool, which displays incoming and outgoing network connections, network interfaces and network protocol statistics. The tool addresses power users, such as network administrators.
An important aspect to take into account is that Netstat Viewer does not add new entries to the Windows registry or Start menu, as it usually happens with installers, so a basic file deletion is enough to remove all traces.
The GUI is represented by a single window where network statistics are automatically listed at initialization. You can refresh this list any time by clicking the Update button.
Shown details include the protocol, local address and port number, remote address and port, along with the status for each TCP connection. Sorting data is possible by clicking one of these columns to base it on.
The small-sized application runs on very low amount of CPU and RAM, thus it doesn't interrupt user activity. It has a good refresh rate and works smoothly on newer operating systems.
All in all, Netstat Viewer proves to be a good replacement for the netstat command-line utility, without supplying additional features.
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