DiamondCS Port Explorer 2.200
Outdated interface filled with features
The GUI looks outdated. However, it has a neatly organized look. The first panel immediately displays all active processes at startup, along with their ID, country, protocol, local and remote address and port, status, sent and received packets, as well as date of creation.
It is possible to terminate processes and sockets, resolve IP addresses, find out who is using a local or remote port, as well as send a Ping, Whois or Traceroute command.
View and export information
Instead of viewing all processes, you can sort them by TCP, UDP, remote status, listening or establish status, closing down, in addition to process logs.
Information can be exported to a CSV or text document for closer investigation. You can make the frame stay on top of other windows, customize UI colors, change the font, limit the windows logging time, enable process logging, view new and dead sockets, reduce memory usage, and more.
Evaluation and conclusion
We have not come across any stability issues throughout our evaluation, since DiamondCS Port Explorer did not hang, crash or display error dialogs. It had minimal impact on CPU and RAM.
Taking everything into account, it seems that DiamondCS Port Explorer is a pretty resourceful software utility dedicated to performing network operations, and it mainly caters to advanced PC users.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on October 25th, 2014
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