If you ever wondered which of your computer programs are accessing the Internet, TCPEye is the network tool you need. This is a software that monitors and alerts you of any current opened TCP/IP and UDP ports on the computer. While Windows 7 has its built-in network monitor performance, TCPEye come packed with more features.
For instance, you can right-click on any process that are accessing the Internet and you can choose different options including:
- Resolve address.
- Close connection.
- End the process.
- Looking up the address with Whois IP information.
- And many more.
You can even enable sound alerts or balloon notifications when a new process begins accessing the Internet.
For each port that is listed, you can learn a lot of information such as:
- Process name.
- Path of the process.
- Time in which the process was created.
- Info about the process.
- The country name with the flag.
- You can save the TCP/UDP information to a HTML, XML file, or text file.
- TCPEye will also color code connection states.
- And the name of the user that created the process.
TCPEye is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows server versions like 2003 and 2008.
So if you need a full featured network monitor to view which programs are accessing the Internet, you have to give TCPEye a try.