A router (or Wi-Fi router) feature that will monitor the data consumption (upload and download) of all the devices on your network and notify you when you approach a predefined threshold. A traffic meter is useful if your ISP is enforcing a maximum monthly data transfer allocation (typically this is 250-GB).
See What is 250 GB?
(traf´ik) (n.) (1) The load on a communications device or system. One of the principal jobs of a system administrator is to monitor traffic levels and take appropriate actions when traffic becomes heavy. (2) The measurement of the amount of users that visit a Web site.
- traffic sources – Web Analytics
In Web analytics, including Google Analytics, traffic sources is a report that provides an overview of the different kinds of sources that send traffic to your Web site, for example direct traffic (clicks from bookmarks or visitors who know your URL) or Web search engines. The metrics you will find under the general topic of […]
- traffic sources metrics
In Web analytics, the study of the impact of a Web site on its users, basic metrics is the term used to refer to the data in analytics programs that will give you an indication of who your site traffic is and where they are visiting from. Traffic sources metrics consists of the following data: […]
In video and film terminology a series of short edited clips of selected scenes that are put together into one montage. Trailers are often used as a way to advertise a video or film.
A trainer is an application that intercepts and alters the memory addresses of a game that you have running in the background. Trainers allow gamers access to features similar to cheat codes, but these may not have been programmed into the game by the developer. The trainer will need to run while the game is […]