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TMeter is a powerful traffic accounting and Internet sharing tool for Microsoft Windows.

TMeter Alternatives

The best TMeter alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. 11

    NetLimiter is an ultimate Internet traffic control and monitoring tool designed for Windows.

  2. 11

    NetBalancer is a Windows application for local network traffic control and monitoring.

  3. AirDroid Business, an enterprise-grade MDM solution, is designed to enable businesses mobility and productivity through remote access and control, device provisioning, policy application and management, kiosk mode, and geofencing.

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  4. 10

    Bandwidth management, bandwidth limiting and traffic shaping software for Windows

  5. Throttled Pro optimizes your internet connection and provides QoS (Quality of Service) to Mac OS X.

  6. 10

    NetSpeedMonitor is a lightweight Network Monitoring Toolbar for your Windows Taskbar

  7. - The Broadband Guide. Cable modems, DSL, Wireless, Network security. Free speed tweaks and TCP/IP tools for optimizing system performance.

  8. cFosSpeed is a network driver, which attaches itself to existing Internet connections.

  9. Ashampoo Internet Accelerator is an internet connection optimizer and booster that allows you to tune your connection settings.

  10. Visualize network activity in detail, get notified when new apps access the network, look out for...

  11. ClearFoundation is a developer community for ClearOS, a Linux Internet Network, Gateway and Server for small business and distributed networks.

  12. nDPI is a ntop-maintained superset of the popular OpenDPI library.

  13. Internet Optimizations (Root & non-root) app lets you harness the maximum juice from your internet connection as well as response rate.

  14. Traffic Shaper XP is a free bandwidth limiter for Windows 2000, XP and 2003 Server.

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