If you want to see the IP addresses to which a program on a Microsoft Windows
system is establishing connections, you can use the
Resource Monitor utility that is provided with
Vista and later versions of Windows to check on network connections from
a particular application on the system. To start the program, you can click
on the Windows
Start button and type
in the "Search programs and files" field on a Windows 7 system or the
"Type here to search" field on a Windows 10 system. You should see the
resmon utility returned as the best match.
When the Resource Monitor program is running, you can click on the Network tab and then TCP Connections to see network activity associated with programs currently running on the system . You can click on a column header, e.g. "Image" to sort the entries by the values in that column.
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