Is your network or Wi-Fi running slowly? Many different devices and apps connect to the network, and only a hidden device or app may be required to slow the network down to crawl.
Using GlassWire to see what's stopping apps and devices on the network
 First, install the GlassWire app for Windows. After installing GlassWire, click the "Things" tab to see a list of all the devices currently on your network. You can then click "Settings" in the top left corner of the GlassWire menu, then click "Security" and then "Monitor Things." Now check the box labeled "Notify me about network device activity" and select "Only report new unknown devices". GlassWire will alert you every time a new, unknown device is added to your network.
See what your PC connects in real time!
Could your desktop computers slow your system down? Network to a crawl? GlassWire can tell you immediately if it does. Install GlassWire on your PC. The GlassWire diagram then displays all network activity on your PC. The GlassWire app also keeps you informed every time a "new" application accesses the network and uses your bandwidth. Are you unsatisfied with a particular app that wastes your bandwidth? Go to the Firewall tab of GlassWire and click the fire icon next to the app you want to block.
Could you be infected with malware?
GlassWire can also check all of your network-connected networks' apps with VirusTotal to see if your PC is infected. Go to the settings of GlassWire and click on "VirusTotal" to enable this feature. You can then go to the FirewallWire firewall tab and then hover over the VirusTotal column to scan all apps for malware.
Protection from Evil Twin Attacks
Did you know that hackers are increasingly setting up secondary fake WiFi networks for businesses to monitor and steal data from people? GlassWire can protect you from this problem. Go to the settings of GlassWire and click on "Security". Then click on "WiFi angry twin alarm". GlassWire will alert you when a new wireless device joins the area that has the same name as your other wireless devices. If your Wi-Fi uses multiple devices, you may initially receive a false positive report. However, once GlassWire knows what Wi-Fi hardware you should use, you can tell if you're connected to a dangerous fake Wi-Fi access
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GlassWire Free vs Pro
The free version of GlassWire is extremely powerful, but GlassWire Pro offers many more powerful features, including the ability to allow or deny new connections, the ability to be notified when a new unknown device is added to your network, and much more. If you hurry before the bid ends, use the "howtogeek" coupon to get 25% off GlassWire Pro!
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