NetSNSOR is a internet connection checker and can execute files and/or play
WAV if internet connection not found.
1. Completely portable (no installation, run it from your pendrive!).
2. Simple to use (no need to be a geek to use it).
3. Small size (just 30kB download).
4. Pretty interface.
5. Can run in background.
6. Log is saved in logs folder with name of "date time.txt".
7. its FREE!
8. can play WAV files.
10. If you want more features, just command me!
command line: /auto for auto-scanning.
You could be asking me "why should I use it?"
Consider a scenario:
You start the recent blockbuster torrent and after seeing the 200 kBps speed, you happily
engage in some other task, trying to pass the 1 hour download time.
After that 1 hour you joyfully turn your monitor on (which you turned off to save power!)
to find the movie ready but instead you find that just 5 mins after the starting of the
download, your internet connection betrayed you. You check the modem, but its running fine.
Some mysterious power disconnected your internet.
You became quite angry. The pizza and coke you ordered are useless now. Just then your cell
phone rings. Its your best friend. She asks you something and you yell at her for no
reason. And she stops talking with you.
Heres the output:
No movie to watch.
Pizza and coke: unattended at a corner of your room.
Best friend doesn't want to talk to you.
(Extreme case: Your monitor's screen has a rod through the screen.)
Why all this happened? Because of that net connection.
How to avoid this problem?
It checks for internet connection after every pre-set interval and if the connection is not
found then it alerts you by playing a WAV file or it can start you internet connection also
if you have a bacth file.
Its a run-it-and-forget-it kind of software.
It writes a log of all the activity so you know what happened at what time!
Download here (30kB)
OR from Softpedia
If you don't know how to create Batch files (they have .bat extension)
just download(0.5 kB) this.
It has a sample batch file and help on how to use it.
Heres a 2 minute simple tutorial to use NetSENSOR!