This freeware program is a auto ping utility. It can be used to check your Internet connection. You always will know where is a problem of your network. The better option rather than using Run the command prompt Window.
Aug 19, 2012 13:16:55
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: AgataSoft Auto PingMaster, will automate the pinging process so that you achieve assured smooth functioning of your network activity.
With this free to use, simple and useful program you will able to automatically check the status of your Internet connection from time to time. With this utility being fully active and functional you can be at peace of mind. This tool promptly displays your inter connectivity statistics so that you are able to locate any problem area of you network. The features of the utility are: all the ping results are represented in apprehend-able graphical and numeric representation, it can automatically ping one or more IP addresses or domains, supports inboard tracer route utility, network failures and downtimes are easier to be detected, and provides a quick view option with real-time ping statistics in tray hint.
The better option rather than using Run the command prompt Window.
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