broadband usage tool please?

  Damarc 09:56 22 Aug 10
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I've recently downgraded my Sky broadband as their usage tool indicated that I had never exceeded 2gb download since the usage tool was available. But guess what, the first month I downgraded, all of a sudden my usage seems to have gone up, still under 2gb but just about and I took special care not to go on BBC Iplayer or any videos that I had done in previous months. So I would like to check my real usage with a hopefully freebie tool. Which is the easiest? I don't need a continual monitor, just one that I can flick to to see how far I have got that month. You always come up tops for me and my queries so thanks in advance.

  johndrew 10:00 22 Aug 10

I use NetMeter (free) and find it easy to set for my needs and very reliable.

  johndrew 10:02 22 Aug 10

Make certain you tick 'Load on Windows startup' in 'Options' or you will need to start it manually each time.

  jamesd1981 10:15 22 Aug 10

a good one is networx although none of these are totally accurate just a rough estimate

  compumac 10:28 22 Aug 10

I have been using ThinkBroadbands TB meter which can advise as to individual PC's on your home network as well as the combined usage of your home network

  robin_x 11:06 22 Aug 10

I thought Sky was proper Unlimited.

But anyway Networx is a good util.

click here

  Damarc 09:56 23 Aug 10

Thank you for your responses. I've downloaded networx and am impressed. Sky does a freebie broadband up to 2gb download per month, that's what I've moved to.

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