NetworkCountersWatch is a free software by Nir Sofer and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 2012.
You can download NetworkCountersWatch which is 58.23 KB in size and belongs to the software category Network Information. NetworkCountersWatch was released on 2017-09-19 and last updated on our database on 2017-09-20 and is currently at version 1.
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Monitoring every network interface you rely on could be a hassle if you donâ€™t resort to a straightforward software utility since there are lots of data you need to keep an eye on.
NetworkCountersWatch is a tiny application that promises to make the entire process easy as pie since it packs all the relevant information in the main window while also letting you reorganize it into purposeful reports.
Comes up with various network counters
First off, users should know that the program requires no installation, so all you have to do in order to start exploring its features is run its executable. Once open, the approachable GUI prompts you with a list of all the available network interfaces.
Aside from its name, each and every one of them gets a series of attributes you can inspect. Thus, a description is available along with details on the interface index, physical address, connection transmit and receive speed.
Many other counters are integrated, however. To highlight their capabilities, it is worth pointing out that they can reveal the amount of data received or transmitted without errors, the number of unicast packets received or sent without errors, how many packets were discarded due to network issues, and so on and so forth.
Lets you create reports on every network interface
Aside from that, NetworkCountersWatch is able to unveil your download and upload speed, which should offer invaluable clues whenever exposed to connectivity problems.
Regardless of the counters you are interested in, you should know that resetting them using the â€œFileâ€ menu is possible at any point, as is the case of saving the information they collect to a text file. Whatâ€™s more, in case you find the appâ€™s way of displaying the data a little bit non-intuitive, what with the counters being grouped horizontally, you can opt to view it in HTML format.
On an ending note, NetworkCountersWatch is a lightweight program designed to collect various information about your networkâ€™s behavior. The program is straightforward and requires no special tech skills in order to use it, and during our tests, its performance was spotless, so giving it a shot raises no risks whatsoever.