Does your Internet Service Provider drop your dial-up connection after what seems like only nanoseconds of account inactivity? Stay Live 2000 keeps your Internet Dial-Up Connection active and on-line by periodically sending a small TCP/IP packet to one of the many Atomic Clocks maintained by the United States Government. Sending these small packets prevents your ISP from dropping your connection due to inactivity. You may also optionally select to have your computer's internal real-time clock updated each time one of these packets is sent and a response is returned from an NIST Time Server. You can use this utility in one of two ways. Either run your web browser or other Internet software and then launch Stay Live to keep your connection active, or launch Stay Live first to establish an Internet connection and then run your web browser or other software.
PhoneTray Dialup TRIAL Don't miss another call while online! Yes, you can stay online without missing important calls when you're using dial-up internet! PhoneTray Dialup will notify you when someone is calling while you are online. You can choose to take the call or ignore the call. With PhoneTray you can put... Download
BySoft StayAlive Pro FREE StayAlive Pro is freeware windows 95/98/NT/2000/2003/XP program that simulates Internet activity so you don't get disconnected from your ISP. Features: - Works with modem, adsl or cable connections - Simulates Internet activity through HTTP or PING - Nag window removing (when ISP informs you... Download
TICK FREE TICK (previously called TICK98) is probably the ultimate freeware dial up enhancer for Windows 95/98/NT4/2000 or Millennium-Me. Logs all dial up networking calls including length and cost of call and the amount of data transferred. Uses no runtime files and has POP3 mail checker, finger, ping,... Download