Portable StealthNet is a software program that provides users with a simple means of sharing items, downloading specified files, generate reports and configure multiple parameters.
The upper hand of a portable app
The installation process is not a prerequisite, as this is the portable counterpart of StealthNet. As a result, the Windows registry is not going to receive any kind of updates and no traces will remain on the disk after you remove it.
You should also note that you can move the program files to a USB flash drive and thus, take Portable StealthNet anywhere with you and run it on any PC you come in contact with you.
View information about files and use a search feature
This tool enables you to view all the available connections in a list, along with information such as IP address, port, sent and received data size and number of queued commands. A search function enables you to look for specified items by inputting a keyword, while you can also filter results by selecting the type of file that interests you (e.g. archive, audio, document, picture, program etc.).
You can bring up information about any item, such as name, size and corresponding hash algorithm, as well as download it or copy the link to the Clipboard.
Consult graphs and tweak certain parameters
It is possible to view a graphical representation of the download and upload speed in real time, as well as the total number of connections, time since the utility was launched and download and upload queue lists.
Logs can be brought up, while the settings panel enables you to control the download and upload capacity in the aforementioned graphs, enable processing speed limit, change port and select maximum downloads count.
In conclusion, Portable StealthNet proves to be a pretty handy and reliable piece of software when it comes to sharing and downloading files. The interface is friendly to all users, the response time is good and there are sufficient options to keep you busy for quite a while. The amount of resources required is insignificant, and our tests did not reveal any errors, hangs or bugs.