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timetowaste

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I'm at school and they limit our internet activity to 1500mb for a week. I was wondering if any one knows of a good program to monitor all my traffice. I want to download things but I don't want to get in trouble for going over the limit.


Thanks for your help
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cleverboy12

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Thats quite a lot they give you :)

I would suggest using a Traffic Monitor.

Sorry If I Misunderstood ! :tazz:
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No, you understood perfectly. I was hoping someone could recomend a specific program that they know works well.
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Is this what you're looking for? http://www.neon.com/monitor.shtml
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Thanks for your help.
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You're welcome :tazz: Oh, I forgot to say in the last post, that I haven't actually used the program myself. Sorry. Although, it seems pretty good from the discription.
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Here is a link for a free one which you might like to try

http://fileforum.bet...or/1053527204/1

If you are consistently below 1500MB then no need to buy one
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