NetWorx 5.2.3 – fixing background graph image

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NetWorx 5.2.3 is released recently. I just want to know how the program deals with fixing background graph image.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #143922

NetWorx 5.2.3 – fixing background graph image

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Hello friend,

The new NetWorx is a utility for measuring your bandwidth usage and the speed of all kinds of weird and wireless network connections. like dial-up, Ethernet, ISDN, DSL, 802.11b. The program provides the ability to measure your network throughput, graphic and numeric representation of incoming and outgoing traffic, highly customized alerts, statistics about dial-up connection duration, weekly, daily and monthly bandwidth usage. New in this version of NetWrox 5.2.3is, they fixed some issues with recording traffic in the ignore LAN traffic mode.

Here are some key features : Finding internet speed, Performing some network activity on your computer and finding the traffic in the internet you consume.

Sorry to say its not the software you looking for. This is an advanced network fixing and advanced network using software for advanced network users.

Hope you get the answer. Have a nice day

Answered By 566965 points N/A #143923

NetWorx 5.2.3 – fixing background graph image

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NetWorx is a utility application used for calculating your speed and bandwidth usage. It can gauge different kinds of network connections be it wireless or wired. This includes network connections such as Ethernet, 802.11b, dial-up, DSL, and or ISDN. The application has the ability to calculate the network throughput, numeric and graphic illustration of incoming and outgoing traffic.

It also has highly customizable alerts and gives you statistics on the connection’s duration as well as your daily, weekly, and monthly bandwidth usage. The latest version as of today is 5.2.8 and is available at Network Tools NetWorx. It supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2008, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.

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