Versatile timekeeper

Easily track time spent on particular projects and clients with this intuitive program.

There are many professionals who bill by the hour, and it's not always easy to keep up with the multiple projects and clients that can be contained in a single workday. Xpert-Timer is a simple way to record exactly how much time is spent on each task, taking much of the hassle out of timekeeping and billing.

The program's interface is attractive and well-designed. Graphic buttons with tooltips give users access to the program's major features. There's a comprehensive project management interface in which users can enter clients, projects, and tasks, as well as view and print activity reports and configure the program's options. But what we really love about Xpert-Timer is the toolbar that floats unobtrusively at the top of the screen, giving users instant access to the program's timer features. Users simply select the project they want to work on from the dropdown menu, and Xpert-Timer starts tracking the amount of time spent on the project. It's easy to pause the timer for breaks or switch to a different project, and users can even track subprojects of the main project, ensuring that they can provide specific information about what each work session entailed. We thought the countdown timer was an especially nice touch; if it has been determined that only a certain amount of time can be spent on a particular project, the program can display the amount of time left as the project progresses. The program comes with a detailed Help file, which we always appreciate. Overall, we think Xpert-Timer is a great way to keep tabs on how you're spending your time and who needs to be billed for it.

Xpert-Timer installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program to all users.

Editors' note: This is a review of the full version of Xpert-Timer The trial version is limited to 30 days trial only.
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