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Does anyone knows similar tracking software?
How to keep track of time.

I'm looking for a tool that measure time I spent on different application during a day of work (Outlook, Word, internet browser, ...). I wan't to have an overview of how much time I'm spending of my daily task.

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marked as duplicate by sblair, Joe Taylor, studiohack May 11 '11 at 16:19

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Look into ManicTime and TimeSheet. I believe TimeSheet automatically tracks time spent on particular applications based on the application and document you're working on.

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Timesheet works but is a little buggy. – Martin Delille Jul 23 '11 at 13:40

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