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Low bandwidth only on Windows XP

Hi I own really old PC and I've 10Mbps/1Mbps Plan. Internet is distibuted with router over whole house. The old PC uses 802.11b (up to 11Mbit/s download) Wifi card and has Windows XP+SP3 installed. ...
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Monitering Bandwidth over lan

I am using ccproxy to moniter which computer in my house is using how much bandwidth. I created an account and set it to "Permit Only" and Authentication type "IP address". I created new account but ...
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Limiting WiFi bandwitdh to users connecting to Access Point

I have setup my Laptop to be a Access point so others nearby can connect to it. Now, I would like to limit the speed to those users so they cannot overload the Internet connection with their requests. ...
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How can I find out how many bytes are sent and received when browsing? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does software exist to log all download / upload usage? I have a 3G dongle and it shows bytes sent and received when I browse. Is there a software for Windows XP which ...
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Log bandwidth usage locally

Is there a way to log bandwidth usage for Windows XP computers? If possible, it should log this while remaining hidden.
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How can I control the internet sharing speed in my network?

I want to share my Internet connection with my neighbors and control the speed I share with them. Is it possible? Please elaborate.
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Downloads speed starts ok but after a few seconds they go down to 10kbps?

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Does software exist to log all download / upload usage? [closed]

Does a program exist to record all upload / download usage for a personal computer? So I can reset it at some stage, and then use the internet, and then look at how much data has been sent/received?