Netstat Live 2.11
Release Date: January 23, 2002.
Have you ever wondered just how fast your network connection is? Not just how fast the modem is connected at, but how much data you can actually get? Does your internet connection sometimes seem slower than normal? Forget hacking the registry or using counter-intuitive tools to get the information you want - enter the world of AnalogX NetStat Live (NSL)! NSL is a small, easy to use TCP/IP protocol monitor which can be used to see your exact throughput on both incoming and outgoing data - whether you're using a modem, cable modem, DSL, or even local network!
NSL doesn't just stop there, it lets you see how quickly your data goes from your computer to another computer on the internet; it even will tell you how many other computers your data must go through to get there!
But wait - there's more! NSL also graphs your CPU usage of your system! This can be especially useful in identifying if your computer is what's slowing things down, or if it's your internet connection.
What’s more, Netstat live also shows incoming traffic and incoming totals, with statistics concerning the traffic registered since last reboot, this and last month.
Obviously, outgoing figures are also available, and so are the threads and CPU usage. As you can see, Netstat live is a pretty basic application and there’s not much to configure about it.
The minimal settings menu lets you pick the stats you wish to view in the main window, auto minimize and auto start the program with Windows and keep it always on top.
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