Launch NetworkLatencyView, tell it which capture method to use, and then go about your day while this NirSoft application quietly does its job in the background. What does it do, you ask? While it’s up and running it automatically detects all TCP connections and it calculates the network latency in milliseconds. Everything that NetworkLatencyView discovers is clearly presented on its interface.
According to Nir Sofer, the developer behind NirSoft and NetworkLatencyView, this application is compatible with any 32- or 64-bit Windows edition, any version from Windows 2000 up to Windows 10. Please note that NetworkLatencyView doesn’t need to be installed, making it a portable application that you can put on a portable storage device and take with you.
At first launch, NetworkLatencyView will ask you to choose one of several capture methods. Once you've made your selection, it will automatically detect TCP connections, calculate the network latency, and populate the interface with information. If you want to see how the interface looks like, then I suggest you go take a look at the screenshots and Quick Look video that accompany this article.
There’s not much more to say about using NetworkLatencyView. Let it run in the background and it will silently do its thing. If you want to see what it uncovered, bring up its interface and take a look.
NetworkLatencyView is free software. All Nir Sofer or NirSoft products are freeware.
NetworkLatencyView is free, it is portable, it is easy to use, and it works as advertised: it automatically detects all TCP connections and it calculates the network latency in milliseconds.
NetworkLatencyView doesn’t need to be installed. Multiple capture methods are available. NetworkLatencyView automatically detects all TCP connections and it calculates the network latency in milliseconds. NetworkLatencyView is freeware.
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NetworkLatencyView Editor’s Review Rating
NetworkLatencyView has been reviewed by George Norman on 20 Jun 2018. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated NetworkLatencyView 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent