If you regularly connect to different networks or if you've got a lot of network adaptors then it's easy to lose track of what's available and what's not.
The good thing about this program is that it requires no installation or additional DLLs. You simply extract the executable file to any folder you like and run it. The main window of AdapterWatch displays the current configuration and information about your network adapters. You can also view general TCP/IP/UDP/ICMP statistics for your local computer, by clicking the desired tab. The first tab collects information on network cards, services (WINS, DHCP, DNS, etc..), data transmission, addresses, etc. In the second are the statistics TCP/UDP data errors, connections and many more details. The third and fourth relate to the IP statistics and ICMP data. Finally, the fifth and final tab displays the host, domain, DNS servers, the types of nodes, the name of the DHCP, routing, proxy ARP and DNS. In all, you've got a highly detailed breakdown of your adapters and what they are doing at any one time.
A simple tool that combines in a single interface, a huge amount of data across all of your network adapters.