Sticky Apps :: Monitor Ping is an application to view your network connection to multiple systems on the Internet. This is a great way to monitor your PING/network to game servers, video streaming servers, or your ISP in general.
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Apr 30, 2019

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April 23

Our friends over at CPUCores had an update!

CPUCores (the FPS boosting app) had a fun update posted!



New CPUCores Updates:
  • New "Start Random Game" Feature!
  • Internal Optimization of Game vs Non-Game listing

As a fun new update, I've added a "Start Random Game" feature to CPUCores. This feature will will enable you a 1-button click to start up any game, randomly, giving you the ability to truly randomize which game you're about to play.

This new feature will allow you to explore games that you may have ignored over time and breathe some extra life into your otherwise ever-expanding Steam library.

This feature came to be out of the numerous requests I've found online of people wanted to randomly be able to select a game. These requests seem to come from people who a) Have large Steam libraries, or b) Who have games ignored for years, and even c) Who do live Twitch/Youtube streams and want an additional way to interact with their gaming communities.


http://store.steampowered.com/app/384300/CPUCores__Maximize_Your_FPS/


I hope you enjoy these new updates!

Happy gaming!!

~~StartupTim

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April 14

Monitor Ping Update

Monitor Ping has been updated!

The following updates have been applied to the Monitor Ping application:
  • Image generation has been added. With the click of a button, you can immediately generate an image of the current state of the application.
  • "Ping All" has been added. This allows you to start all pings at once.
  • "Stop All" has been added. This allows you to stop all pings.
  • The internet mechanism behind how the application draws itself has been enhanced.

Thanks!



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About This Software

Sticky Apps :: Monitor Ping is an application to view your network connection to multiple systems on the Internet. This is a great way to monitor your PING/network to game servers, video streaming servers, or your ISP in general. This software is titled "Sticky Apps" as each application can be stickied to your desktop, allowing for easy viewing of information.

MONITOR YOUR PING


  • Monitor your ping to various servers on the Internet
  • Change the number of destinations you monitor
  • Change colors scheme to fit your needs
  • Sticky this anywhere on your desktop
  • Export an image of your ping statistics



FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:


What is the difference between this and command prompt ping?
The built-in Windows command prompt ping is more of a real-time latency checker to a single host. This Monitor Ping application improves upon that in several ways:
  • Ping multiple locations at once with a simple click (it saves locations)
  • Has a graphical interface that you can scale in size to give an immediate, visual representation of latency
  • Tracks packetloss in an ongoing fashion
  • Has options to enable the tracking graph size (eg, 60 seconds of history vs 60 minutes)
  • Is visually pleasing
  • Can 1-click export the graph into an image (PNG)

Won't this use up a lot of bandwidth?
Not at all! Each monitor uses approx. 32 bytes of traffic per second in/out. To put that in perspective, you can poll a server 32,000 times before it uses even 1 MB in/out. By comparison, just watching a single second (1 second) of 1080p video on Youtube uses roughly 100,000 times more bandwidth than each monitor you have running.

Why would I use this?
This is a great way to decide "Is it me?" by doing the following:

  • Set up Monitor #1 to be your router (ie, 192.168.0.1 / 10.0.0.1 or such).
  • Set up Monitor #2 to be your next-up hop of your ISP (do a tracert to determine this).
  • Set up Monitor #3 to be something typically very reliable. I suggest 8.8.8.8 or google . com
  • Set up Monitor #4 to be an online game server you typically play on.

Now let's say you're getting drops from your favorite game server, or experiencing lag. Just by looking at the Monitor Ping app, you can now confirm some very important information.

  • Is it between your PC and your router (such as bad wifi?). Well, just check Graph #1 and that will answer it. No packetloss + steady latency = not a wifi problem.
  • Is it your connection between your home and your ISP such as a cable model issue? Well, cheeck Graph #2 and that will answer it.
  • Is it your ISP backbone? Well, Graph #3 will help answer that.
  • Is it the actual game server's network? Graph #4 will help that.
This application is a great first step in determining network connectivity issues, as well as just having an overall monitor to see how things are operating.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit
    • Processor: Any CPU
    • Memory: 150 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Any semi-modern GPU
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit
    • Processor: Any CPU
    • Memory: 150 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Any semi-modern GPU

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