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CyberTaskTimer for Windows

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Key Details of CyberTaskTimer

  • Monitor any application that is used, record the usage time.
  • Last updated on February 29, 2024
  • There have been 1 updates
Beta or prerelease software is not intended for inexperienced users, as the software may contain bugs or potentially damage your system. We strongly recommend that users exercise caution and save all mission-critical data before installing and/or using this software.

Developer's Description

Monitor any application that is used, record the usage time.
Have you ever wanted to know if and how your workday was profitable? How long have we been "distracted" by e-mails? From our contacts on social networks? From browsing our favorite Web sites or from our beloved video game? How much time did we take away from work? CyberTaskTimer responds perfectly to this need.

CyberTaskTimer is a small freeware utility (free!) whose sole purpose is to monitor any application that is used, timing the usage time. At the start it is positioned near the Windows clock, in the lower right corner of the taskbar (sys-tray) and is activated immediately.Its interface consists simply of two lists: one, called "Applications log", is a history of all the applications used (or more precisely, of all the windows brought to the foreground, whose application of belonging will be automatically detected), reporting executable file, title, date, start time and time of use; the second one, named "Statistics", will report a ranking of the most used applications, starting from the most used one and showing the total usage times. Naturally the classification will be carried out by adding the times of all the windows belonging to the same application (therefore the times of use will be grouped by application).

CyberTaskTimer can also be used to retrace all the programs that have been opened on your computer, indeed, not only the programs, but all the windows that have been viewed (including the screensaver and the websites displayed). In this way you can also go back to any improper use of the system and any unauthorized uses.CyberTaskTimer is able to automatically deactivate itself when the current session is terminated, so not only when the current user disconnects from Windows, but also when the session is blocked or the user-change is used using the WIN + L keys combination, the same when the screensaver starts working. Likewise, once your session is reactivated, CyberTaskTimer will reactivate automatically. In this way only the actual use of the PC will be timed, excluding inactivity times.

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Full Specifications

July 11, 2019
Latest update
February 29, 2024
Operating System
Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 8, Windows Server
Additional Requirements
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