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BWMeter 6.6.3

BWMeter is a powerful bandwidth meter, monitor, traffic controller and firewall.


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Network Monitoring
  • Last Updated: Apr 18, 2014
  • License: Shareware $30.00
  • OS: Windows 8/2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: 1 MB free disk space

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BWMeter is a Servers & Network software developed by DeskSoft. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for BWMeter:

Brothersoft Editor: BWMeter is a powerful Bandwidth Meter, monitor, traffic controller and firewall, which measures, displays and controls all traffic to/from your computer or on your network. Unlike other products, it can analyze the data packets (where they come from, where they go, which port and protocol they use). This makes it possible to distinguish between local and internet traffic for example. BWMeter can also be used for traffic control by setting a speed limit for all kinds of connections or restricting access to certain internet sites. It creates statistics for all computers in your network, measuring and displaying all LAN traffic as well as download / upload from the internet. You can even define filters which show your transfer with certain internet addresses (e.g. to see how much data you download from your favorite news server). BWMeter is ideal for home users to get an overview of how much bandwidth they use, as well as small to large businesses, where one computer can control the traffic and maintain the statistics of downloaded / uploaded data of all computers in the network. The product is easy to configure and offers a rich set of options and features for beginners as well as experts and network administrators.
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