Track Your Time Crack Full Version
At the end of the day, we usually have no idea how much of our valuable time has been wasted, which is especially important when we have important work to do.
Track Your Time is a handy cross-platform application that can help you out, as it keeps an eye on how long each program has been used. It may not be the most novice-friendly utility out there, but it is not too difficult to configure, and it provides you with valuable statistics.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
|Systems||Win XP, Win XP 64 bit, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit|
Track Your Time detects every program that has been brought to the foreground automatically, and you can then find it in the Uncategorized list within the Applications window. From here, you can move it to any category you deem suitable.
When a new category is created, it is assigned a random color automatically. You can, of course, change this color, as well as rename the category at any time.
It is also worth noting that multiple profiles can be created. Different applications can be placed in the available categories for each profile, should you wish to, for instance, track work and leisure time separately.
Once everything has been configured, you can just let the program run in the background while you get on with your other tasks. Track Your Time Keygen is very unobtrusive, but it can be accessed at any time from the system tray.
It is possible to generate an application usage report for specific time periods, and then export the information to a CSV file. A simple graphic representation of the data is also displayed.
This is a relatively intuitive program, but some of the more advanced settings may be a bit confusing for first-time users. Unfortunately, no English documentation is available to help novices.
All in all, Track Your Time is a great tool for those who wish to manage their work time more effectively, as it provides you with detailed application usage statistics. Some documentation would certainly be helpful, but new users shouldn’t have too much trouble getting the hang of things.
cyril, 07 January 2017
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