Connection Keeper 7.2

"Connection Keeper" snapshot

A free program that makes sure your ISP won't drop your internet connection due to inactivity. Connection Keeper can also be set up to automatically close those annoying pop-up windows.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 95/98
Publisher:
Gammadyne Corporation
Price:
Freeware
File size:
4.48 Mb
Date added:
February 3, 2008
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Description from the Publisher
Connection Keeper is an invaluable time-saving tool for dial-up users. This free program simulates Internet browsing (at a random interval) to prevent your connection from appearing idle, thus preventing your ISP from dropping your connection due to inactivity. Connection Keeper can also automatically close many types of popup windows, such as those asking if you wish to stay connected. And if your connection is lost, Connection Keeper can automatically dial back in, restoring the connection as fast as possible. Save your time and sanity - try Connection Keeper today.
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