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Anyone know of an application for Windows XP/Vista/7 that displays per-process network traffic? Better if they have visual graphs like FreeMeter.

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Question is not complete because it doesn't mention the operating system and the only attached tag is irrelevant. – geek Feb 8 '10 at 7:01
    
Oh right, edited the question. – Jeremy Feb 9 '10 at 1:50

Windows 7 has a resource monitor built in that will show the network activity for each process as well as a host of other useful information.

Be warned looking at this is very addictive!

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On Windows you can try NetLimiter.

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This is an ancient post, but please consider expanding the answer. Just pointing to a product isn't considered an answer by current standards because it doesn't indicate anything about why it's a good solution or how to accomplish the solution. Good guidance on recommending software here. Thanks. – fixer1234 Jan 10 at 8:17
    
@fixer1234 if I don't get to it (and I won't soon) I'm happy for you (or anyone) to make an edit – d3vid Jan 12 at 15:18

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