With the help of NetBalancer you can monitor incoming and outgoing traffic in a user-friendly environment. It includes a handy set of features.
At the end of the installation procedure, NetBalancer automatically restarts your web browsers. Once initialized, a list of all active processes is displayed in the main frame.
You can check out the ID, download and upload rate, priority, download and upload limit, number of connections, downloaded and uploaded size, along with the file path, command line, and creation date for each process.
The bottom part of the panel contains a traffic chart and a list with remote IP connections and ports, protocols, statuses, local IPs and ports, process name, and others.
It is possible to establish the download and upload priority, create rules, reset all traffic, configure network adapters, block all network traffic, as well as choose another language for the UI. These are just some of the options provided by NetBalance.
The application is very light on the system resources, running on low CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and works smoothly, without causing the OS to hang, crash or pop up error dialogs. Thanks to its advanced settings, NetBalancer should please power users.
How to Activate?
- Disconnect internet
- Install NetBalancer (it asks you to reboot but is not required in my experience)
- Copy our patch in installed program directory and apply it
- Block the following files with firewall app (“SeriousBit.NetBalancer.Service.exe”, “SeriousBit.NetBalancer.Tray.exe”, “SeriousBit.NetBalancer.UI.exe”)
- That’s All, Enjoy
Note : The only IP I’ve seen the app call home to is 188.8.131.52, so it is probably ok to just block this IP instead of all the individual apps