Monitor and terminate active processes across the local network, get thorough information, rescan custom ports, and export data to file.
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:SecurityXploded Inc
ProcNetMonitor is a straightforward piece of software designed to help users monitor all currently active processes across the local network and quickly terminate them to free up CPU load.
It comprises an intuitive set of options that shouldn’t impose difficulties to any users, regardless of their previous experience with system information tools.
Quick setup and clean GUI
The installation procedure is rapid and clean. As far as the interface goes, ProcNetMonitor opts for a normal window with an organized structure, where a list is populated with all active processes.
View in-depth process information
Process details include the name, process and session IDs, TCP and UDP count, total connections, company, user name, description, file date and full path for each entry.
Selecting an item reveals additional information pertaining to the port number and type of all open network ports, along with the local host and port, remote host IP, name and port for all active connections.
Accessible context menu options
Thanks to the context menu, users may easily terminate processes, verify them online via VirusToal, a Google search or ProcessLibrary, open their location in Windows Explorer, as well as view their file properties.
Rescan the port and export information
It is also possible to display all processes (not just network related), perform a new search by changing the port number, refresh the list, as well as export all information to an HTML or XML file for closer inspection.
Performance and conclusion
The app is undemanding when it comes to CPU and RAM, so its impact on PC performance is minimal. We have not come across any unpleasant surprises throughout our evaluation, since ProcNetMonitor did not hang, crash or display error messages. All in all, it comes in handy for identifying and terminating processes via the local network.
There is also a portable edition available called ProcNetMonitor Portable, in case you want to bypass the installer and run the app directly from a mass storage device.