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I am doing my first freelance web development project and want to be able to keep a record of how much time I'm spending working on it.

Since I always use Netbeans for the coding or at least it's always open while I'm working on it, is there a way I can keep a running total of the 'uptime' of an application in Windows, obviously surviving reboots etc.

Thanks.

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I suggest you have a look at this link about time tracking –  JMax Mar 15 '12 at 15:39
    
Ah that's kind of cool. I suppose I'll start using one of these. –  deed02392 Mar 15 '12 at 15:44
    
You could probably write a program to run in the background that periodically checks to see if Netbeans is running and save the information somewhere so it would survive a reboot. How to do that would depend on what OS you're using. –  martineau Mar 15 '12 at 17:37

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