NTMon is a comprehensive Windows 95 and Windows 98 performance monitor that reports real-time, live performance data to the Windows NT Performance Monitor (PerfMon) program.What can NTMon do for you?
NTMon has two components. The Windows 95 and Windows 98 performance monitor component (AgentMon) collects nearly 100 different performance metrics. These include a superset of the native Windows 95 and Windows 98 performance counters along with the exclusive BonAmi performance counters for CPU and RAM usage.
The second component is an invisible extension for the Windows NT Performance Monitor program. With this extension, Windows NT Performance Monitor can display real-time performance data from remote Windows 95 and Windows 98 machines just as easily as from remote Windows NT machines. The NT Performance Monitor is not changed in any way.
NTMon works with TCP/IP networks of Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT machines. In this way, you can easily use NTMon to monitor remote Windows 95 and Windows 98 machines over a LAN, over an intranet, and even over the Internet. NTMon even works with networks connected over 14.4 and 28.8kbps modems!What do you need to run NTMon?
You can use NTMon to see what a remote Windows 95 and Windows 98 computer is doing and to diagnose problems remotely. Help desks will find that NTMon allows instant access and diagnosis for remote machines. Operators can use the NT Performance Monitor to log and replay remote data just as if the machine were local. Above all, NTMon permits Performance Monitor to view the performance of all remote Windows 95 and Windows 98 machines, not just Windows NT machines.
AgentMon, running on Windows 95 and Windows 98, works best with at least a 25 MHz 486 and 8MB RAM. The software requires 1MB hard disk space. NTMon works with Windows NT version 4.0 and requires 1MB hard disk space.