Netbalancer is awesome. Sucks that it's limited for the free version, but I still love it.
Sad to see that the bandwidth limiting functionality is gone in the new free version :(
Reply written about 5 years ago
Its better than netlimiter, compatible with windows 7 sp1
it is really full featured, i'm using it on win 8 x64 but occasionally it cause error 105 and 118 :(
Reply written about 9 years ago
I installed NetBalancer, configured it for testing, and checked its performance, but it didn't help at all--it's like it wasn't even installed. I had used cFosSpeed for years, and I know what to expect. Total waste of my time. And it left behind folders, driver files, and registry detritus after being "uninstalled".
The author of the program has paywalled the "rules". Previously, one could have up to 3 rules set that allowed shaping of traffic. Now it's just a heavyweight traffic monitor.
Now........ I'm sad to see that the bandwidth limiting functionality is gone in the new free version :(
At first i saw a lot of times some ppl using different apps to connect internet. Like Chrome to use conhost.exe BUT today i saw firefox using chrome.exe for update.. It is silly.
...by changing latency (in 'performance' tab of settings) to a higher value than default, eg: 15. I saved 0.5% to 1% on a 2015 ultraportable laptop with a broadwell core i5 2.3Ghz.
Thanks, I've just made the change
You're welcome!It'll save some battery too... ;-)
Reply written about 4 years ago
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