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There are a few options you can use to monitor bandwidth utilization on your device(s). Depending on your router as well, this may have the capacity to monitor the traffic used per device over a period. On Windows, NetBalancer is a freemium application that can allow you to monitor traffic on your Windows device, and set some basic QoS rules: Another ...


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You can accomplish what you want using the Firefox web browser with the uBlock Origin extension. Simply configure uBlock Origin to block all scripts, images, and remote fonts. You can also configure it to block all "large" media elements, and define exactly what you consider to be "large". Using these techniques, the amount of data you use will decrease ...


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You’re not going to find a lone app/service that will search everything that you want. For Twitter, I’ve found that setting up searches in TweetDeck works the best for me. For blogs, forums, and other social media, I use a combination of Google Alerts, TalkWalker, and SEMrush. There are a few other tools I use, but they only occasionally find something ...


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