Well, it pings. I have to say, there must be a thousand better pingers out there but this does have a few options at least, like saving the data in order to load the ip or address later.
I noticed the next tab is only advertised for their software and it's fairly obvious this was thrown out there in hopes to lure people in. This software really has little to offer otherwise.
I don't find it any more difficult to open a CMD window and type it in but this may work for others and yeah, it's free.
Pinging is a good way to test the basic stability of an Internet connection, and GoPing does a good job. It has a graphic user interface, and can store a list of addresses to ping. Unlike the Windows ping (which is command line only), GoPing can ping a website continuously until asked to stop. Windows allows only four pings at a time. Pinging a site constantly is considered rude, so this feature should be used sparingly. GoPing is no-install, so can be run from a pen drive.
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