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NetBalancer 6.2.3

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29 Jan 2013

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Verdict

Easily monitor and manage incoming and outgoing Internet traffic

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Type: Free for personal use only

Platform: Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows Vista, Windows XP

Manufacturer: SeriousBit

Price: Free

This is the Software Publisher's description

Browse the Internet comfortably even when your download manager or torrent client downloads huge files from internet - just lower their network priority with NetBalancer.

You can use NetBalancer to set download/upload transfer rate priority for any applications and monitor their internet traffic.

Applications with a higher network priority will gain more traffic bandwidth than those with a lower one.

Also NetBalancer has a menu option "Request a Feature". Use it to notify us of a feature that you would like to see implemented. We value feedback and strongly consider implementing each request.

The main difference between NetBalancer and other traffic shaping software is that NetBalancer works with priorities, so applications with low priority won't be limited if other high priority applications don't use network.

The Free version is limited to a maximum of 5 process priorities/limits and 5 rules at a time, has no separate network adapters management and no support for Network Grouping

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