Tracking data usage on blackberry torch

 

Since data sent/received over Wi-Fi networks does not count toward your monthly usage, it's good practice to use Wi-Fi wherever available. Using Wi-Fi at home is an obvious example, but many offices and public spaces also offer Wi-Fi networks that can be used too.

Certain phones may disconnect the Wi-Fi network when not in use. You can force your handset to always use Wi-Fi (when available) by choosing Settings > Wireless and Networks > Wifi Settings > Press "menu" and choose "Advanced" and then change the Wi-Fi Sleep Policy to "Never". This is not the only pathway to finding this feature in your phone. To find directions specific to your phone, check your device's manual.

In addition to the previous tips, you can also set alerts and usage caps to help track and reduce your data usage. Here's a video that will walk you through the process:

Tracking data usage on blackberry torch

I suspect that one of my applications eats more CPU cycles than I want it to. The problem is - it happens in bursts, and just looking at the task manager doesn't help me as it shows immediate usage only.

Is there a way (on Windows) to track the history of CPU & Memory usage for some process. E.g. I will start tracking "firefox", and after an hour or so will see a graph of its CPU & memory usage during that hour.

Just type perfmon into Start > Run and press enter. When the Performance window is open, click on the + sign to add new counters to the graph. The counters are different aspects of how your PC works and are grouped by similarity into groups called "Performance Object".

Since data sent/received over Wi-Fi networks does not count toward your monthly usage, it's good practice to use Wi-Fi wherever available. Using Wi-Fi at home is an obvious example, but many offices and public spaces also offer Wi-Fi networks that can be used too.

Certain phones may disconnect the Wi-Fi network when not in use. You can force your handset to always use Wi-Fi (when available) by choosing Settings > Wireless and Networks > Wifi Settings > Press "menu" and choose "Advanced" and then change the Wi-Fi Sleep Policy to "Never". This is not the only pathway to finding this feature in your phone. To find directions specific to your phone, check your device's manual.

In addition to the previous tips, you can also set alerts and usage caps to help track and reduce your data usage. Here's a video that will walk you through the process:

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The new App Tracker feature lets you keep an eye on which individual apps are consuming your data every day. Please note that this feature requires iOS 10 or later.

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Have created a directory named SetupFiles under < InstallDrive> . Download the SH_UsageTracking.zip from here , copy it to the SetupFiles directory, and extract the file. This zip file contains the Sales History Usage Tracking ( sh_usagetracking.rpd ) merged repository and Presentation Catalog. The Usage Tracking repository that is available with the installed Oracle BI EE is merged here with the Sales History repository for use in this tutorial.

Instructions on merging the Usage Tracking repository with the Sales History or other business repositories can be found in the Merging/Importing Ojects from Different Repositories With No Common Parent topic in the Merging/Importing Objects from Different Repositories using Oracle BI Administration Tool OBE tutorial.