X-NetStat is a program that displays information on your current Internet and network connections, much like the console netstat.exe program, but in a graphical interface. These connections are established each time you visit a web page, send an ICQ message, check your email, or anytime you do network activity that requires you to connect to another computer. They also appear when outside computers attempt to connect to your machine, authorized or not.
Each connection is displayed in the Connection Table, where you can see the address you are connected to, what ports (local and remote) are being used, the connection status, and how long the connection has been active, and the process EXE behind each connection. The program can forcefully kill connections, copy connection information to the clipboard, minimize the application to the system tray, show bytes in/out, and more.
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Summary: system tray, web page
Concepts: Computer, Graphical user interface, User interface, Computer program, Personal computer, Machine code, Computer software, Process
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