NetPerSec is a lightweight Windows application that displays the rate of network traffic at your current computer. NetPerSec monitors all TCP/IP activity to and from the Internet or other networks, and graphs the communication speed. The utility's dynamic tray icon can show send and receive activity with a bar graph or a histogram. For a detailed report, you can open the program's main window to view current and average send and receive speeds in a configurable, graphical display. You can adjust the sampling rate and the amount of data used to compute the average.
The histogram graph display was needlessly one sample delayed from the available data.
An instantaneous transfer rate above 65.536 MB/s (~524 Mb/s) is now drawn properly in the main graph. (Previously it drew bars that were way too high.)
When a network adapter resets (due to Ethernet or Wi-Fi disconnect/reconnect, sleep/hibernate, etc.), there is no longer a moment of spurious 4 GiB data transfer.
When NetPerSec starts up, the received and sent totals now start at zero. (Previously it was an essentially arbitrary number, which was the data transfer of the current network uptime session modulo 232 bytes.)