Although most people don’t care about their Internet connection until it goes down, there are users out there who need to know everything about incoming and outgoing traffic. These people may have their own servers or services that consume paid traffic or may be using Internet access plans with bandwidth or traffic limitations. Standard Windows tools do not allow you to log this information or generate traffic reports, so you will need specialized third-party tools to stay well informed about your traffic consumption. If you happen to be looking for such a program, don’t miss Connection Monitor!
Connection Monitor is a very simple tool that does a great job monitoring your inbound and outbound traffic and alerting you when your computer goes offline. The software keeps a detailed log of your traffic consumption (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly and total), visualizes your traffic using well-readable graphs and alerts you when the connection is broken. Connection Monitor can run as a Windows service and automatically generate traffic reports in compact INI files. For your convenience, you can change the host you are using to connect to the Internet and configure the host check interval along with the preferred alert method.
If you want to receive comprehensive information about your traffic consumption and downtimes, make sure to get yourself a copy of Connection Monitor!
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