Gain Complete Control Over Your Network Traffic With NetBalancer

Gain Complete Control Over Your Network Traffic With NetBalancer

SeriousBit has recently launched the final release of their NetBalancer service, which allows users to completely control, monitor and manage their network traffic.

The service was available as a beta up until now.

In addition to balancing network load, the application can also help locate troubles with your network and help in fixing the issues. NetBalancer is compatible with all versions of Windows, from Windows XP and up, with free and premium subscription plans available along with year licensing.

More details are available on the official website.

Here is the press release in full:

SeriousBit Launches NetBalancer Network Management Service With REST API Support

SeriousBit announces the final release of NetBalancer Service, a network controlling, monitoring and management software complex, now featuring REST API support for easier integration of the service into a system. NetBalancer provides easy remote setup, maintenance, filtering, prioritizing and configuring of a network locally and via Web.

Full control over network traffic means stable operation of all running applications, balanced traffic load and overall reliability of the system. NetBalancer 8 recently released by SeriousBit is an efficient dashboard and command center providing such control over network traffic from top to bottom. And now with a long awaited NetBalancer Service finally out of beta.

Whatever an issue might strike a network, NetBalancer helps locating the source of the problem and quickly eliminating it. With flexible filtering and traffic rules, priority assigning, bandwidth limits and other tools, the program is indispensable in maintaining the operation of a corporate or home network. And the new NetBalancer Service has already been acclaimed by thousands of users since the launch of the beta in September 2013. The service greatly simplifies control over network preferences via Web and works in any modern browser.

NetBalancer 8 features a lot of usability improvements for even easier operation, and adds a number of new filters and rules for more precise control over traffic flows. The focal point of the new update, however, is the support for REST API. The API allows for much simpler and efficient integration of the NetBalancer Service to any existing system or infrastructure – a feature many corporate system administrators and advanced home users will give credit to.

“We are proud to announce the final release of NetBalancer Service”, concludes Ruslan Sologub, senior developer at SeriousBit. “With it, managing complex networks becomes easier than ever before, and over 10,000 network administrators have already appreciated it”.

Pricing and availability

NetBalancer works on Windows XP and higher, both 32-bit and 64-bit. The service works in any modern browser. The application costs $49.95 with free upgrades for one year included. The subscription cost for NetBalancer Service starts at $9.99/month for up to 10 computers, other plans, including a free one, are available at


SeriousBit was founded in 2007. The company focuses on system maintenance software as well as Internet solutions. Among titles offered by the company are the EnhanceMyOS tweaking and tuning product line including EnhanceMy8, EnhanceMySe7en, EnhanceMyVista, EnhanceMyXP and UndeleteMyFiles. Many of these products gained positive reviews in the press.


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Ruslan Sologub
SeriousBit SRL
Phone: +37379453294
E-Mail: [email protected]

  • Wayne S

    Helping to fix the network is a cool feature. As someone who doesn’t really need web traffic monitored, it is nice to have both options. This seems like a nice option for windows users to have.

  • Bill Franklin

    It’s nice that this compatible with all Windows systems, but you have to wonder if Microsoft wants it to be compatible with XP given their push to remove it.

  • Jason Claven

    Fahad, do you guys use this for your site? I’m curious how it works if you do.