Free Process Traffic Monitor – Features

Free Process-Traffic Monitor helps find the ports occupied by various processes and applications. It also helps monitor the interface traffic with details on process-wise traffic.

Key Features

  • View server, desktop and interface traffic usage graphically
  • Identify and monitor processes & applications that occupy ports and the corresponding traffic usage
  • Configure threshold limits for incoming & outgoing traffic usage at various levels and get notified on threshold violation
  • Customize the tabular view by choosing the columns from the list of parameters being monitored
  • Search based on the process name and sort based on any column
  • Double-click individual processes and view the details on a separate window
  • Terminate the processes that are not required anymore

View interface's traffic usage graphically

This tool shows the overall system traffic usage and interface traffic usage graphically. Also shows a popup alert in windows taskbar when the bandwidth usage exceeds the threshold limit.

Monitor processes/applications occupying ports(UDP/TCP)

Monitor all the ports occupying processes in the given machine. The total list of parameters/attributes monitored by this tool are as follows:

  • Process name
  • PID(process ID)
  • Protocol
  • Local Port
  • Sent Rate
  • Received Rate
  • CPU Usage
  • Memory Usage
  • Local Address
  • State
  • User Name
  • Priority
  • Thread Count.

You can also choose the list of columns to view from the list of parameters.

Configure thresholds for incoming & outgoing traffic usage at various levels.

Configure the max-threshold for incoming, outgoing traffic and for individual process-wise traffic.

For interface traffic monitoring, when the traffic usage exceeds the configured threshold level, a line indicating threshold violation is shown on the graph and a message to this effect is displayed.

For processes level threshold, all the processes exceeding the threshold for Send Rate are color coded with Orange and all the processes exceeding the threshold for Received Rate are color coded with Red to indicate that the process exceeds threshold.