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I Need A Reliable Internet Monitor

Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by Turbanation, 30 Jul 2006.

  1. Turbanation

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    I need a freeware program that monitors the internet and doesnt eat my memory or internet speed alive
     
  2. Greenlizard0

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    What do you mean by monitor the internet? Do you mean a bandwith monitor or e.g. Netmeter which looks at your transfer speeds?
     
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  3. Turbanation

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    no which looks at what uve been on

    no bandwidth monitors, dont need one tbh
     
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  4. Greenlizard0

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    Do you mean a content monitor? Why don't you just look at your browser's history? Or do you need something to block out dirty sites hahah lol pron..
     
  5. Burnsy2023

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    Do you just need to monitor or filter as well?

    Burnsy
     
  6. Turbanation

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    just monitor
     
  7. Turbanation

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    surely you lot know at least one
     
  8. Burnsy2023

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    THe only well known Opensource filter is Dans Gaurdian, but that is for filerting and I've nver used it so i don't know its monitoring capibilities.

    Burnsy
     
  9. Turbanation

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    ok I will try it out, any other program that monitors visited urls?

    btw gimme linkage