RequirementsMicrosoft Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
Date addedSep 12, 2018
NetBalancer utilize to browse and perform any Internet activity comfortably even if your download boss or torrent customer downloads huge files from Internet simply lower their network priority together with NetBalancer. It's possible to use NetBalancer to place up or upload transfer speed priority for any software and monitor their Internet traffic. Software with a greater network priority will have more traffic bandwidth compared to those with a lower one. Benefit NetBalancer and other traffic shaping software is that NetBalancer functions with priorities, so applications with low priority will not be restricted if other high priority applications don't use system.
Priorities and limitations
Establish upload and download network priorities or limitations for any process.
Use various command line controls and net APIs for complete automation.
Rules and filters
Define thorough traffic rules and filters for maximum control.
Sync your computers with NetBalancer Service and control them from the web control panel.
Protect all settings and priorities using a password to prevent unauthorised changes.
Show all system procedures with their download and upload speeds up to connections degree.
Detailed upload and download traffic history for virtually any process since initial NetBalancer's setup.
System tray and Settings
Show network traffic and other information in a system tray icon or taskbar toolbar.
Support for IPv6
NetBalancer has native IPv6 support for rules and filters.
Tags and majority commands
Apply tags to your computers and command them with bulk commands like a Guru.
Different traffic charts and data
View comprehensive network traffic charts and data.
Everything in this system is encrypted: website traffictraffic, all internal visitors, passwords and communications, all of zeros and ones are encrypted and hashed using TLS and SHA2 for greatest security.
Note: The unregistered version is limited to a maximum of 3 process priorities/limits and 3 rules at a time.
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Released : Jul 20, 2018