First of, here is a free program, that shows you total traffic:
Network Meter Version 9.6
Secondly you could use "Task Manager" or "Resource Monitor" to see current speed. Both tools are part of windows. Click start and write either in the search field of your start menu to find them.
Finally to see total traffic look at the properties for your network connection. You can find this in the control panel: "Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections" or you can right-click the network icon in system tray (next to the clock) and open "Network and Sharing Center" in the windows that open, look for blue text after the word: "Connections:"
The reason I write "blue text" is that it is not called the same in all computers, on mine it's called "Ethernet2".