NetSpeedometer
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NetSpeedometer can graphically monitor the speed of your Internet connection. NetSpeedometer shows a graphic of your traffic speeds on your Apple Mac screen to help you 'clock' data as it goes in and out of your machine. Free to download and distribute.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later



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NetSpeedometer User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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+2
ArchiMan commented on 21 Jun 2007
Thanks for the good intentions: it is a great idea...
but it's slow like a turtle and heavy as an elephant!!!!
It didn't worked on my Mac at all. Thanks anyway...
[Version 2007]


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+72

Buzzard reviewed on 09 Nov 2006
Well it's nice eye candy, but it takes up way too much real estate and processor. I can't really see the point though when there are tools like MenuMeter that get the job done in a much more useful and simple manner and also with a lot less horsepower.
[Version 2007]


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+50
Peter da Silva commented on 09 Nov 2006
The web page describes it as a "free trial". Shouldn't it be categorized as "demo" rather than "free"?
[Version 2007]


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+19

akrobat reviewed on 08 Nov 2006
Nice idea, however it seems to suck CPU power at a hellish rate. Also I've got no problem with big windows, but if you can't resize it at all then it's somewhat pointless. Give it a go and see what you think.
[Version 2007]

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+2
ArchiMan replied on 21 Jun 2007
Did you find any practical utility to monitor Internet speed? Thanks. José
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+12

AppleCrypt Mods reviewed on 08 Nov 2006
this should be a widget, otherwise great!!! :)
[Version 2007]


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-29
Dom21 commented on 08 Nov 2006
Which would shut out us Panther people, so no thanks :)
[Version 2007]


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+16
dankey commented on 08 Nov 2006
For those who complains for the big window, please go to the dev site and read...

Here just an axtract:
SubRosaSoft.com would like to express our respect to the people involved in the fight against the inequities faced by the 10 million Americans who are blind or visually impaired.
[Version 2007]


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+1
sannixtudio commented on 29 Dec 2005
You should reformat this into a Dashboard Widget....
[Version 1.0]


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+2
Mok.In.Touch™ commented on 28 Dec 2005
Can someone tells me what is this for? What are you going to do when you know the speed? Can you crank it up if it's too slow? Why not just develope something just to crank up the internet speed to the max at all time? Knowing the speed but nothing you can do about it, then why bother? I think it's waste of time. That's the way I see it.
[Version 1.0]


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+8
PecosPete commented on 28 Dec 2005
Make the window sizeable ... way too big! Have it work real-time in the dock not just on the desktop or than that not bad needs work for it 2 be worthy & functional.
[Version 1.0]


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+6
Sleek had trouble on 28 Dec 2005
the window of netmonitor is too big it should be resizeable or should be just needles and numbers, floating on screen with size of about an inch and half
no need for window bar or clock ring
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:23,952
Version Downloads:9,284
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:08 Nov 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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NetSpeedometer can graphically monitor the speed of your Internet connection. NetSpeedometer shows a graphic of your traffic speeds on your Apple Mac screen to help you 'clock' data as it goes in and out of your machine. Free to download and distribute.


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