Review: Monitor your keystrokes, clipboard, and Web sites with Free Keylogger 2014

Keep tabs on peeps with this stealthy free keylogger.

Free Keylogger 2014 records your keystrokes, clipboard, and Internet activity on a monitored Windows PC. It's quite small and stays hidden in the background, undetected by users and accessible only by you, the administrator.

Free Keylogger's installer recommends choosing an inconspicuous destination folder or running the program as a portable app. This program has a compact but well-configured user interface anchored by a sidebar with a calendar for opening reports. Startup, Invisibility, and Monitoring Settings are all on the main page. We could hide the tray icon, set a custom show/hide hot key combo and configure the app to hide in the Start Menu as well as the Uninstall List. Working parents can enter an e-mail address to receive daily reports, too. A button labeled "Total Spy" led to premium software upgrades. Though hard to remove by design, Free Keylogger 2014 uninstalls quickly and easily, directly from its interface.

When all was set, we pressed "Apply & Spy" and computed for a while. We reopened Free Keylogger and clicked the date to access text reports logging keystrokes, clipboard copies, and online activity, including dates, times, and other data. If you have kids or employees using your computer, and need a way to check on their computer and online activities, Free Keylogger 2014 is a good place to start.

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