Find out the network speed along with the memory and computer usage in real time using this simple and straightforward application
What’s new in TrafficMonitor 1.80.2:
- Fixed several issues that caused the program to crash
- Use LibreHardwareMonitor to obtain temperature information
- Added the ability to select the temperature of which hard drive to monitor
- Added the ability to select which hardware to monitor
More often than not, if you want to check out how the resources are used in your system or whether a particular program clogs them, you turn to the embedded Task Manager. Then again, if this standard tool is not your cup of tea, then you will be happy to learn you have dozens of monitoring tools to choose from.
TrafficMonitor is a lightweight application that provides a simple way to keep track the current network speed, CPU and memory usage.
Displays the desired information in a floating window you can place anywhere
The program comes with a rather minimalistic interface that displays the upload and download speeds by default. You can get the tool to display additional information, namely the CPU and memory usage from the Context menu.
It is worth mentioning that the utility comes with numerous customization options, so you can tweak the app to be as visible or less disturbing as necessary. By access the Taskbar Windows Settings from the Options menu, you can change the font, text color, the display text, how the CPU and Memory should be displayed, align values, number of digits or whether you want to separate value and unit with space, just to name a few.
In addition, the window can be moved anywhere you prefer on your desktop and you can change the icon so that you can find it faster. The option can come in handy if you have numerous apps displayed in the System Tray.
A straightforward and non-obstructive tool for keeping track of PC resources
Besides exhibiting the real-time numbers, the program also stores the information and hence, you can access it whenever you want to troubleshoot, diagnose or just figure out if something is wrong with your system.
In the eventuality that you are looking for a lightweight, customizable and user-friendly tool to help you keep a close eye on the network connection or the CPU and RAM usage, then perhaps, you can consider giving TrafficMonitor a try.