Windows 10 can show you which apps are using your network and how much data they're transferring. You can even see one list of applications who have used your network in the last 30 days.
In this article we won't just look at which Windows 10 apps use the internet. We will see all network usage. If an application communicates with a remote server on the internet or another computer on your local network, then it is using your network connection and that is detectable.
If you do not see the Network header, click on "More Details" at the bottom left.
Then see the "Network" column.
Technically, the “Network” column is not a complete list. If a process does not use many e.gconditions network, Windows rounds the consumption to 0 Mbps (Megabits per second). But it's a quick way to see which processes are using a significant amount of bandwidth.
If you click on the Network column header, the processes will be sorted according to their usage.
Launch Resource Tracking for more details
Για πιο λεπτομερείς πληροφορίες, πηγαίνετε στην καρτέλα “Επιδόσεις” του Task Manager και από εκεί κάντε κλικ στο “Opening of Resource Surveillance” (Open Resource Monitor) at the bottom of the window.
Click the "Network" tab and you will see a list of procedures for downloading or downloading data over the network. You will also see how much data they transfer in B / sec (Bytes per second).
This window shows the actual consumption of processes that use even a small network bandwidth, which were displayed in the Task Manager using 0 Mbps.
And in the Task Manager and Resource Monitoring window, you can right-click on an application and select "Internet Search" or "Online Search" to find out more about what each process is.
See Using network data for the last 30 days
Windows 10 tracks applications that use your network and how much data they transfer. You can see which applications have used your network in the last 30 days and how much data they have transferred.
To find this information, select Settings> Network & Internet> Data usage. Click "View usage per application" at the top of the window. (You can press Windows + I to quickly open the Settings window.)
From here, you can move to a list of applications that have used your network for the past 30 days.
If you work in a Wi-Fi network, you can see applications that have used the current Wi-Fi network or a list of applications that have used all the Wi-Fi networks to which you are connected. If you are on both Wi-Fi and Ethernet (cable) you can view different lists for each internet connection. Select what you want to see in the "Show usage from" box.
The top of the list will contain the obvious culprits, ie the applications that use the internet the most. Scroll down and you will see applications that are rarely connected to the internet and do not use much data when they do.