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Using Windows 7, how can I log the amount of GB I use? I only want to count from my own client computer and NOT COUNT a specific program/port.

Does something like this exists? I have a limit of 100GB/month (free inside a certain radius) and I want to count how much I use.

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I found that works just like I want it with option to block specific ports or programs to log.

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You can also accept your own answer. – BloodPhilia Feb 12 '11 at 22:05
@Philia: Yeah, after two days... – Marwelln Feb 12 '11 at 22:35

For a lightweight solution, tou can use AnalogX, as described in this article. AnalogX is a network monitor, but if you set it to start on logon (and disable other monitoring you don't need), it can keep track of your total bandwidth usage.

Another tool is PRTG Network Monitor, which is meant for IT departments but is freeware for personal use. It runs all the time and can provide a number of reports on your usage.

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I couldnt see neither of those program having the option to block specific port or programs. I found myself a program. See my answer. – Marwelln Feb 12 '11 at 22:03

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