TCPView 3.04

See Detailed UDP and TCP Endpoints Listings

  • Category:

    Analysis

  • Version:

    3.04

  • Works under:

    Windows XP / Windows NT / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Free
  • Vote:
    7.7 (8)

TCPView is a convenient and helpful application for any users who need to see the complete details of the full list of UDP and TCP endpoints on their systems. This application also shows the remote address and state of any TCP connections that they need to view.

Anyone who is concerned about their network systems not working properly could find TCPView to be a very helpful tool. Even if you are just overly curious about how your network is functioning at any given time, you will probably greatly appreciate TCPView.

TCPView's interface is clean and simple. Users should have very little problem maneuvering through the program, generally speaking. Besides providing you with a thorough list of all of the TCP/UDP connections included in your network, TCPView allows you to manipulate particular connections and processes as you see fit.

TCPView offers users a real-time view of the network connections. As various connections or either established or ended, the application automatically updates the list so that the user knows what is going on at any given time. Users may also see anything odd that may be occurring on the network.

One of the nicer features of TCPView is that the filter function that allows users to narrow down the extensive list of network connections to just the types they need to see at that moment. As an added bonus, users may also save the list of network connections to a text file that may be accessed later.

Pros:

  • Shows user a full list of all TCP/UDP connections.
  • Helps find malicious spyware and other harmful programs that could be running on the network.
  • Helpful features such as the filter and save functions.

Cons:

  • The Help function is not easily accessible.

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