Peak Hour is a utility for monitoring ports in network devices under SNMP and UPnP. Calling it a professional tool for network administrators, such as Nagios or Zabbix, is difficult. But if you are responsible for managing a small office network, then Peak Hour exactly what you need.
We have already written about Screenflow, which is one of the best screen recorders for Mac. There’s also a similar software called Screenium, which boasts practically the same functionality and comes at half the price of the former.
Bitport.io service allows you to download torrents online without client software installed on your computer.
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The issue of monitoring computer’s network activity is often left unnoticed by computer owners. Only a fraction of users know of the importance of monitoring hidden and visible behavior of computer in the network and know how to do it. And other users, what should they do?
There’s a joke in IT community – “People are divided into those who make backups and those who are not yet making them.” People usually join the first group when their data is lost for the first time, after they waste time and money on recovery which is not always successful. Fortunately, if the reason behind the loss […]
Today many users are aware of cloud-based storages such as Dropbox, One Drive, Google Drive, etc. and are using them to share their files quickly. What if your file is really large? Transfer time doubles because of using the cloud. With BitTorrent Sync you can avoid this.
Bitport.io is a good Myfastfile alternative as torrent downloading service. When you need to securely download files from BitTorrent at great rate and without a need to install any programs on your machine we recommend you to use such torrent services like Bitport.
Nektony introduces Funter 2.0, a free tool designed specifically to hide and view hidden files and folders on Mac. Funter gives anyone the ability to switch a file or folder’s visibility in two clicks, making them hidden or unhidden.
From time to time we review paid software from Mac AppStore so that our readers are able to understand whether this or that application is worth buying. Today we are going to review a very interesting clipboard application called Paste.