Internet Connection Counter 7.4
This program displays various statistics about your Dial-up, GPRS, ADSL, LAN and so forth (TCP/IP) connections to the Internet.
It can process almost all variety of tariff schemes, which are used by ISPs of different countries (money expenses for 1 business hour and for 1 Mb of traffic). Management of several connections (providers), each having its own settings and connection report (log files) with recorded session details and diagrams showing money, time and traffic statistics. Export of connection report table into Microsoft Excel. Ping of remote address. Synchronization of system time with public NTP servers of exact time in the Internet. The program has the following editable counters. Counters of the main window and speed counters may be arranged both horizontally (row) and vertically (column). Counter dimensions (width, height) can be adjusted, their readings - aligned (left, center, right). The special window for construction of graphs of speed of reception and transmission during a session. Options Wizard will help you to make initial ('draft') adjustment of the current connection.
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