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I'm using Windows XP, the Local Area Connection icon is always bright in the task bar, i know this indicates there are live connection(you are sending or receiving data from/to network), however, i didn't use the network at all, how can i see which process is consuming the connection? Thanks.

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Have a look at TCPView from Sysinternals Suite which is able to list active network connections.

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thanks, nice tool – user104254 Nov 6 '11 at 10:11

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