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    You can use the netstat command to monitor and troubleshoot many network problems, and in this guide, you'll get the knowledge to get started with the tool on Windows 10.
    On Windows 10, netstat (network statistics) has been around for a long time, and it's a command-line tool that you can use in Command Prompt to display statistics for all network connections. It allows you to understand open and connected ports to monitor and troubleshoot networking problems for system or applications.

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    10-15-2020 07:11 AM

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