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trafficWatcher is a small tool to monitor your network activity.

trafficWatcher Platforms

tick-square Windows

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trafficWatcher Overview

trafficWatcher is a small tool to monitor your network activity.

Unlike other tools, trafficWatcher can differentiate between traffic inside your LAN and the traffic that reaches the internet. It shows the current up and download speed in a small icon in the system tray.

trafficWatcher Features

tick-square Network Monitoring
tick-square Portable

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Network and Admin Software

trafficWatcher Tags

traffic-monitoring

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