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DiamondCS Port Explorer v2.100

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DiamondCS Port Explorer v2.100

New changes/additions are described in the helpfile, mostly user-requested features, various enhancements and several bug fixes which we've been working on mainly over the last few months. Needless to say this is a 100% FREE update! If you have a previous version of Port Explorer installed then you must uninstall and reboot your computer before installing this new version.

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What is Port Explorer?
Port Explorer is the premier port-to-process mapper, allowing you to see all the open ports on your system and what programs own them. Along with this ability it also has many tools including a packet sniffer, bandwidth throttling and country detection to name just a few. Port Explorer is a powerful network monitoring utility and has an intuitive GUI that allows you to quickly see all the network activity your computer is involved in. Thanks to the ease of use and small size, Port Explorer allows users to do advanced network activities, any time. Network security specialists, you need Port Explorer. Home users, ensure your internet security now with Port Explorer!
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