Hi guys ..!
We use several ways to get an internet connection. The broadband data card, such as a certain amount of cell phone (1GB, 2GB, 500MB) keep such low internet usage by using the facilities.
What happens when you use the Internet Usage .. How can that be? That .. The increased use of the Internet will then .. We are using a tough-minded on the inside.
Control of us use the Internet unknowingly, the application will have to use the proper size. Or the maximum use of the Internet to accommodate double bill.
Avoid these problems, using the Internet until now how many GB of internet connection every time when we're referring to is a software.
These software we quicken the system, causing an Internet connection, and so far we have used the measurement date over the Internet, to us monthly.Download the software and Extract it and Install. Computer with software installed on the right in the TaskBar-blue image icon appears on a small scale.
Upload noted that the quantity of U, D refers to the quantity of Download. This measurement will start from accessing the Internet.Taskbar Right-click on the image you are blue in the amounts of data, it is possible to obtain some additional facilities.
Links for data Meter
- Networx (Windows) is a free utility that lives in the taskbar and will monitor bandwidth used on all adapters. It also tallies total usage by day, week, and month, lets you export that data.
- NetLimiter (Windows) takes bandwidth monitoring a step further, and also tracks bandwidth used per application. The utility also does bandwidth shaping, and will limit transfer rates for specific applications so they don't slow down other applications (if you're willing to pay for the $20 Lite or $30 Pro versions.)
- Freemeter (Windows) is a tool .If you want a super-simple, no frills bandwidth monitor, this app can do it.
- OS X
- SurplusMeter (OS X) is a free Mac utility complete with graphs and tallies of your daily, weekly, and monthly bandwidth use, and your total bandwidth used against your monthly cap.
- iStat Pro (OS X) is a free Dashboard widget that, in addition to monitoring your bandwidth, keeps track of your overall system health. It's not designed exclusively for bandwidth monitoring, but will display activity and total usage. If'd rather have a menubar app instead of a Dashboard widget, $16 will get you iStat Menus.
- Activity Monitor (OS X) is built-in to OS X, and while it also won't collect bandwidth data and report totals to you, it also lets you keep an eye on your total usage since your last system reboot.
- Ifstat (Linux) is a super-lightweight bandwidth moitor for Linux that supports Linux, BSD, Solaris, IRIX, and more. It doesn't have a ton of features on its own, but if you want to build something to collect bandwidth data, this tool will monitor your network interfaces.
- BandwidthD (Linux) monitors your bandwidth, but also collects it into a database, builds graphs and charts, and will display your total bandwdith used over time.
- Darkstat (Linux) captures your traffic and organizes it into reports for you, organized by traffic per host, posrts per host, and more. The tool can even show you where those hosts connected.