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 Post subject: Network Consumption Program
PostPosted: Fri 10-30-2009 5:36AM 
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Lets say I have some program that is maxing out my DL bandwidth and running in the background, and I can't find it. Is there a program that I can use to detect this usage on my machine?

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 Post subject: Re: Network Consumption Program
PostPosted: Fri 10-30-2009 9:45AM 
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ShadowCat38 wrote:
Lets say I have some program that is maxing out my DL bandwidth and running in the background, and I can't find it. Is there a program that I can use to detect this usage on my machine?



Have you tried netlimiter?

also in vista and 7 you can just open task manager and on the performance tab you can open the resource monitor and sort by % usage under the network tab

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You can also use Resource Monitor in Performance Monitor in Win 7 (Vista?) to sort by network utilization, I believe.


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 Post subject: Re: Network Consumption Program
PostPosted: Tue 11-10-2009 4:42PM 
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You can also use Resource Monitor in Performance Monitor in Win 7 (Vista?) to sort by network utilization, I believe.


That's exactly what I just said ^^^

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rorosaurus wrote:
You can also use Resource Monitor in Performance Monitor in Win 7 (Vista?) to sort by network utilization, I believe.

Excellent idea!


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 Post subject: Re: Network Consumption Program
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I solved my problem ages ago (by ages, I mean about 2 weeks), but thanks anyway. I'm using XP, so all those Vista/7 references are pretty much useless to me anyway.

I'm done here, but if you all want to flame each other to death, be my guests.

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