Network Monitor II 22.4

Show you many information about your network.

License:
Free
Price:
0.0 USD
Update:
Jan. 28, 2016
Our Rating:
User Rating:
3 / 5 1 vote
Platform:
Windows
File size:
0.77M Download Now
Category:
Utilities > Network

From Bushin SOFTWARE

The Network Monitor II (wired and wireless) will show your SSID, signal quality, Internal IP address, External IP address with your country flag when you are connected to the internet, network utilization, upload speed, download speed and total (both current session and global) of usage. It does not require any 3rd party applications. Resizable! Save settings to file. (File will be created - Path: %APPDATA% File: gadgetname_Settings.ini). Two modes. Color changeable for all gadget's elements, including background.

Features
Display both internal and external IP address of your computer.
Display download speed, upload speed and net usage.
Display total downloaded/uploaded bytes, and downloaded/uploaded bytes of current session.
Support both wired network and wireless network.
Customize the text color of each element on the user interface.
Auto update if internal/external IP changed.
Save traffic counters to external file.
Plus many more.

TAGs: wired , ip , lookup , network , address

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