Windows 10 can now demonstrate which applications are being used and how much information is transmitting by your network. You can also see a list of applications used over the last 30 days on your network. This demonstrates which applications use the network or internet. In this article, we will guide you to see the applications that use your network in Windows 10.

See applications that use your network in Windows 10

There are two ways to see the applications that use your network. One is of Task Manager and the second is by Settings.

Task Manager Method

To see the applications that use your network by the method of Task Manager, follow these steps:

Click the Search button. Type Task Manager in the search bar and select the option of Task Manager as the following image is showing:

TaskManager

As you will select the Task Manager, it will appear like this:

Process list

Under the Processes tab, the network option is showing the network usage against each process or application. For more network usage detail, select the Performance tab and click Open Resource Monitor as the following image is showing:

Resource Monitor

As soon as you will click the Open Resource Monitor, Resource Monitor screen will appear like this:

Network Resource usage

Select the Network tab to see the list of applications that are using your network.

Settings Method

To see the applications that use your network through settings methods, follow these steps:

Click the Search button. Type Settings in the search bar and select the Settings option as the following image is showing:

Settings app

As Windows Settings screen will appear in front of you, select the Network & Internet option as the following image is showing:

Windows settings

As soon as you will click the Network & Internet option the following screen will appear:

Network and Internet options

As you can see that the screen is divided into two parts, select the Data usage option from the left side of the screen as highlighted in the above image. After selecting the Data usage option, click the label named View usage per app as the following image is showing:

View usage per app

Per-app usage of the network will appear like this:

Apps listed by network usage

Conclusion

By following the above two methods you can see the applications that use your network in Windows 10.

How to see which applications use your network in Windows 10
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