If I wanted to have a rough idea of my bandwidth usage would I multiply these figures by 32 to show the approximation in bytes?
p.s. I know I can download a bandwidth monitor to show my usage but I was just wondering if my suggestion would be an alternative way of doing this?
While we are on the subject, from my screenshot you can see that Windows can display the information in either bytes or packets.
Is there anyway to alter this or is this data determined by your ISP rather than Windows or is there some setting somewhere that can be changed as I would rather have the data information displayed in bytes as opposed to packets.