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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by sampson2269, Sep 22, 2003.

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  1. sampson2269

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    i was wondering if they made a program that keeps track of how much you download per day/month/week whichever and if so what and where do i get it.
    Kyle
     
  2. 1trueshadow

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    are you looking for the amount in Hours or Bytes? There are quite a few internet counters out there that record the hours, minutes and seconds you have ben online. Google "online timer" and you will find a ton of these

    However if you want to find a program to recoard how many bytes your computer receves in a week, I have never heard of one. May I ask why you need to keep track of it and I may be able to suggest differnt ways to go about retreving that kind of information without added programs
     
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  4. Sancho

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    DU meter keeps a log of how fast you are donloading and uploading at any given time. and keeps track of how much (Mb's) you have uploaded and downloaded since last time you "cleared its counters".

    http://www.dumeter.com/
    Only bad thing, its shareware.
     
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