WinMTR v0.9 is Out

December 24th, 2010 by Dragos M. | Filed under Uncategorized.

We’re happy to announce today a new version of WinMTR!

Version 0.9 comes after only 8 years 11 months and 5 days of inactivity ;-)

WinMTR is a free MS Windows visual application that combines the functionality of the traceroute and ping in a single network diagnostic tool. WinMTR is offered to you by Appnor MSP, a fully managed hosting & cloud provider.

It was started as a clone for the popular Matt’s Traceroute (hence MTR) Linux/UNIX utility. Read more about WinMTR’s history.

Major changes: Versions for all 32 and 64 bit Windows Operating Systems. Now WinMTR works on Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit as a regular user.

Read more, request features and report bugs in the Development section.

Need screenshots, install and usages instructions? Read our WinMTR How-To page.

Skip the talk, Just Download WinMTR!

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