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Old 06-20-2013, 05:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Quick troubleshooting network bottleneck on Windows (using Open Source)


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Have you ever looked for a tool similar to iftop to Windows? Where you could quickly see where the network bottleneck or even a malware is coming from/to ? We have a wide range of softwares for troubleshooting in Linux ie built-in or not, however when it comes to Windows environment you can mostly find sharewares and only few freewares that really do the job. So, we will be showing in this quick tip an application called Show Traffic which is old (2008) but gold, and can save you from some headaches.

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