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I want to know what programs are using XXX bandwidth?

For example...if Firefox is downloading 500kbps, I want to know that. And if Google Installer is downloading...I want to know that, too.

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NetLimiter Monitor can do this and much more.

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NetLimiter Monitor is freeware.

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While it looks cool, it turns to be a crippled version of its shareware counterpart that has more features. Are there any truly freeware alternatives to this, that can also do ip/port-based traffic shaping and prioritization? – geek Dec 22 '09 at 7:29
    
I know monitor is a crippled version, but the monitoring component is all this particular user needs. Maybe traffic shaper XP is a better fit for you: bandwidthcontroller.com/trafficShaperXp.html – John T Dec 22 '09 at 7:41
    
That one is a crippled version as well. And it looks like it doesn't include flexible prioritization. – geek Dec 22 '09 at 17:39
    
Ah well, it's free, I wouldn't expect too much of it. – John T Dec 22 '09 at 19:43

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