SeriousBit NetBalancer 9.4.1 Multilingual

Published On: 24-07-2016, 16:15

SeriousBit NetBalancer 9.4.1 Multilingual | 7.5 Mb

NetBalancer - Traffic Control and Monitoring Tool - Browse and do any internet activity comfortably even when your download manager or torrent client downloads huge files from internet - just lower their network priority with NetBalancer. With NetBalancer you can choose specifically how much you want to limit traffic available to a process.
With NetBalancer you can:
- Set for any process a download and/or upload network priority or limit
- Manage priorities and limits for each network adapter separately
- Define detailed network traffic rules
- Group local network computers and balance their traffic synchronised
- Set global traffic limits
- Show network traffic in system tray
- and much more!

NetBalancer Features Include:
- Set download and upload network priority or limit for any process
- Supported priorities: High, Normal, Low, Block, Ignore, Limit, Drop, Delay
- Automatically load priorities and limits from a network located file
- Automatically load rules from a network located file
- Define detailed network traffic rules
- Business usage
- Group local network computers and balance their traffic synchronised
- Protect all settings and priorities with a password to prevent unauthorised changes
- Show all system processes with their in and out network traffic speed + +
- Show current connections for any process + +
- Detailed download and upload traffic history for any process since first NetBlancer's install
- View overall system traffic as a graph
- Show network traffic in system tray
- Fine tune priorities (see Level Severity setting)
- Native 64 bit support for best performance
- Full IPv6 support
- Set global traffic limits

Whats New:
The new monitoring functionality introduced with v9.2 and v9.3 is great (we hope) but it has a problem: on computers with a lot of network activity the database file where NetBalancer stores the traffic stats (C:ProgramDataSeriousBitNetBalancernetbalancer.db) grows very fast up to hundreds of MB. This growth stops after about two weeks when the automatic data aggregation kicks-in and the older data gets compacted.
Still for computers with small disks even 100MB might be unacceptable so in version 9.4 we added a new setting that tells how much data should be stored in the first place, named Initial Traffic Resolution and located in Menu>Edit>Settings>Database.
By default this setting is set to 1 second, as it was in previous versions, so nothing changes if the user is fine spending some more megabytes for monitoring.

Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10

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