|15 Feb 2011||#1|
program that makes statistics of me using my computer
Hi there am looking for a program that makes statistics of me using my computer.
There are many "time recording" or time tracking softwares on the internet, but that's not what I'm looking for.
I want to see in which program I actively (user input) or inactively (like background-stuff, movies..) spent when how much time.
Does anybody by chance know a program that can do such a thing?
>>edit: after a long long search and finding the right google-keywords and wikipedia, i found these 3 "automatic time tracking softwares":
Visual TimeAnalyzer, True Time Tracker and Chrometa. Unfortunately, besides a 30-days-trial, they're not free...
do you know any free ones maybe?
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|15 Feb 2011||#3|
Thanks. The first one I did find already, but it doesnt seem to work on my computer, it's just an empty, grey window.
The second one I didn't know, it seems to be restricted as a free version, but yet pretty cool.
thanks.. meanwhile, I found an older but free version of chrometa: Chrometa 2.0 Licensing | Chrometa Time Tracker. one can request a key per e-mail there and download the program.
\\edit: yes, the manic-time has quite many restrictions if you choose free version.
\\edit2: i reinstalled some windows ajax .net something, and now the fruitfultime productivitymeter works. pretty cool.
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