Editors' reviewFull of insight and analysis, Internet Connection Counter doesn't improve your connection; it just tells you more about it. At first glance the program seems pretty simple--it's just a toolbar showing statistics. However, when you open it and see the options, it's actually amazingly complex. The tabbed interface is friendly, however, and navigating your settings is not complicated. Besides customizing your toolbar view, you also can customize the methods and metrics the program uses for its data collection. If your ISP is charging you per minute, you can even calculate how much money you've spent surfing the Web during a particular time frame. Internet Connection Counter will record sites you've visited and calculate how many megabytes were exchanged during your session. Anyone curious about the inner workings of online connections doubtlessly will find this a useful tool.
This program displays various statistics about your Internet dial-up and GPRS connections. There are ample opportunities to process almost all varieties of tariff plans, which are used by ISPs of different countries (with monetary expenses for one business hour and for 1MB of traffic).
What's new in this version:
Choice of appearance of the indicator of speed of an exchange: the Graph or the Diagram. The tab Adapters is replaced with the tab of Connections, here the program forms 3 lists of different types of the connections present in system and the choice of a name of connection which will be used by default is given. The button