DTW Monitoring Software

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Web site uptime monitoring software is a unique and powerful online website performance finder tool that provides alert notification either from beep sound (default or user defined), send mail at user specified email address or run any program when website gives slow response, unavailable or loads improperly. Web site downtime analyzer tool simultaneously watch multiple website performance, accessibility, its status of uptime, downtime or ping and provide 24*7 real time website monitoring services. Website tracking tool support different internet server protocols like HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SMTP, POP3 with all Microsoft windows operating system (including all edition of Vista) with any laptop, desktop or notebook computer. Software completely run at desktop background in invisible mode and not interferes in any running application. Website network monitoring application work even different error message displays like service unavailable, host not found, slow response, internal server error, connection failed, low bandwidth or website become unavailable or down. Secure and reliable website status tracker utility facilitate user to switch from main view to monitoring view. Download free edition of software that explains how to monitor real time website performance? Website monitoring software features: Secure, reliable and user friendly online website monitoring tool. Support all email protocols (SMTP, POP3), web service protocols (HTTP, HTTPS), and file transfer protocols (FTP). Provide alert notification when website not open, slow response, improper load or any error message occurs. Determine multiple website status and performance simultaneously in real time. Provide website monitoring service in 24 hours and 7 days in week. Run at desktop background and no slow down system performance.
License Free
File Size 1.47 MB
Version 4.1.1.8
Operating System Windows Me Windows 7 Windows NT Windows 2003 Windows XP Windows Server 2008 Windows 95 Windows Windows Vista Windows 3.x Windows 98 Windows 2000
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