Two possible situations make you want to take a look at the users information in your local area network (LAN):
The speed of Internet connection becomes slower and slower, and it was no use giving many tries like modifying DNS, optimizing network
To check whether there is a potential attacker
This time, we can use Wireless Network Watcher - a tiny and free local wireless/wired network connection scanner & viewer from NirSoft.
RunAsDate is a tiny tool developed to eliminate the limitation on use time of many shareware before registration, in order to make them keep in the state of trial all along, never expire. We can understand it like this: RunAsDate can 'freeze' a shareware with trial mode, and make it always run at a specific date/time every time it starts. In this way, we can make a trial software long live the new flesh.
You may be very clear about which websites your web browser is visiting, but how about the URLs your commonly used programs are accessing? Without a tool, we would lose our bearings about this. Luckily, there is HTTPNetworkSniffer such kind of network packets sniffer, so we can get these hidden information with ease.
WebBrowserPassView is a tiny freeware made by Nir Sofer, used to view almost any account information (URL, account and password) of any websites stored in all major browsers. Certainly, passwords for e-currency payment such as these with complex encryption can not be viewed here, they are unreadable code at most.
WifiInfoView is a tiny and handy free app written by the world famous independent developer Nir Sofer for quickly scanning, viewing and analyzing all possible information about the wireless networks searchable (available) near your location.
As Windows' fatal, non-interferential system error - this is often referred to be system crash, Blue Screen (AKA: Blue Screen of Death, BSoD for short) - it's just as classic and famous as Windows OS itself!
Most modern routers allow you to backup/export its full configuration, and restore them from this file when you need. The router configuration file (like TP-LINK's config.bin, it varies according to the brand and model of router) usually contains info including your ISP username/password, router's login password, wireless network password, etc. RouterPassView enables us to get a sweeping view of all this.