Animate Vista's network icon
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Here's a quick way to see whether you're sending or receiving data over your network or the internet on a Vista PC: animate the network icon that sits in the system tray.
Right-click the icon and select 'Turn on activity animation'. Whenever data is being sent or received, the icon will subtly light up. To turn off the animation, right-click the icon and select 'Turn off activity animation'.
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