TCPConnectProblemView is a free TCP tool designed specifically for Windows. It observes TCP connections within your device, and will notify you when software or program attempts to initiate a TCP connection when no response from the server is detected. When an issue with a TCP connection is identified, TCPConnectProblemView will create a new entry with this information.
To reduce the time required for the given software to display an error code, TCPConnectProblemView allows you to involuntarily shut TCP sockets with no feedback from the given server. Similar applications include PuTTY and NetGong.
How to use TCPConnectProblemView
Starting to use TCPConnectProblemView can be achieved in a few easy steps. To begin using the app, run TCPConnectProblemView.exe which is an executable file. There’s no installation required, and no additional files are needed either. After you first run this freeware, a list of connection problems will be shown in the main window.
A significant advantage of using the TCPConnectProblemView tool is that it’s highly compatible. It’s compatible with any version of Windows, including Windows XP, going all the way up to the newest Windows, Windows 10. TCPConnectProblemView supports 32-bit as well as 64-bit systems, which is a massive plus.
Installing TCPConnectProblemView on your tray icon is a simple task. All you need to do is click on the ‘Put Icon On Tray’ button, which can be found at the ‘options menu’. The final step just requires you to restart the app.
Another neat feature of the TCPConnectProblemView tool is that it notifies you when a TCP connection issue is identified. This can be enabled by clicking on the 'Show tray balloon on new alert' button.
Quality freeware tool
TCPConnectProblemView is a freeware which is rare for the features that it offers. It's very simple to use, doesn’t require any installation and will alert you of connection issues, all of which make this a must-have program on your Windows device.