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What is it?TimeTracker (TT) is a PC activity monitor for Windows.Ever spent the day in front of your PC, only to wonder at 5pm what you did thatday? TT will tell you.TT will sit in your system tray and check every second which window is currentlyactive on your desktop. The active window is the one you are currently typing orclicking in, and should be an accurate estimate of what you are working on.TT captures the window caption from the title bar and tracks the active time forthat window.TT also allows the traditional feature of manual timers, you may enter your owntask name and either double click (or use Space or Enter) to start/stop the tasktimer.The main aim of TT is though to be a time tracking tool that requires very littlelittle user intervention. Who wants to do the boring work of timesheets? Rulesallow TT to be able to tell which window activity belongs to which user task.Rules can be one or more partial window captions or file names, when any oneof these conditions are met TT will start the task timer. When the conditionscease, TT will stop the task timer.The window and task active times can be saved to CSV (comma separated value)files.TT was designed to use very little computer resources, especially when runningminimized.TT does not need to be installed, simply run the exe file.The main functions of TT are available in a popup menu, right click anywhere inthe window or on the system tray icon to display the popup menu.What it is not?TT does not capture keystrokes or mouse clicks.TT does not use the Internet.TT does not use the Windows registry and will run from any USB flash disk.What does it run on?TT was tested under Windows 98, XP and Vista. It should also run under 95 and2000.
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