your internet connection unreliable? You’ve probably called your
internet provider’s support line and maybe they were able to help you, maybe
they even sent out a tech to look at it. But all too often the
response is “Well, it’s working fine now!”
The Net Uptime Monitor alerts you to failures in your
internet connection and records the exact time and length of those
failures. This failure log will help your provider troubleshoot the problem
– after it helps you convince them it’s not your imagination! Net Uptime
Monitor is designed to be as simple as possible and accomplish this one
purpose accurately and thoroughly with the least effort from you.
Completely simple! Just install and run it.
Compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows Server.
Reliable monitoring - uses
three high performance public servers to test internet response.
Tests repeat at an interval you choose. If all three servers are
unavailable then you know your internet connection is down! No false
alarms because one server's busy.
Saves a log with the time and length of each failure in
a plain text file. View the log directly from the program or open /
edit / print it with any text editor or word processor.
Sounds the "alarm"! Pick from several sounds that
will play when the connection fails. Click the minimize button to hide
the program in your system tray - it pops up automatically if there's a
Here's one user's story...
I am writing to say thanks.
My connection was intermittent from December. You can imagine the process I
went through, millions of filters, several routers, first name terms with
lots of people in India, half a dozen engineers, thousands of phone
calls, I thought I was going mad, they thought I was already mad.
Half way through this I installed your monitor, I was shocked to find 10 fails an hour. They
immediately took notice, gave me credit and escalated the problem. It still
took time to corner them but I think the problem is now fixed, it wasn't
rocket science in the end.
Without the monitor I would
now be sectioned under the Mental Health Acts so thank you for giving me
something to work with.