I watch videos on a site and when I finish watching the bandwidth in DU Meter keeps running at 400-500 KB's/s. It would appear that it's like the videos are still running but they are not because the site and anything to do with it is shutdown. Not even a browser is running. Task manager tells me nothing. I have used TCP View and Process Explorer from Sysinternals, but I am not quite sure how to tell which process is using bandwidth. One of them schvost process will say established but how do you tell what exact process is using the bandwidth. I was just looking at Resource Monitor right now in Windows 7 and it would appear to have a send and receive column to let me know which processes are eating bandwidth. Am I right about this or is it misleading or do you have a better way. I have checked for Malware too and that is not happening other than some Tracking Cookies that are no longer here. I run Bitdefender Total Security and I just ran Emsisoft Emergency Scanner off of a thumb drive which I believe is every bit as good as Malwarebytes that doesn't have a portable. Please let me know if you have a better or different way of checking this.