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Do you know of any software or script that helps you measure how much you type in a day, in terms of keys pressed? Maybe even do a bit of pattern analysis on those keys, etc. I'm interested on a solution that works on Windows and all keyboards, or as many keyboards as possible.

Appreciate any suggestions you might have.

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  • My question is not answered. The solution mentioned there doesn't even work in Windows 7, let alone Windows 10. It is a 16-bit application that is not usable in any way. – Corporate Geek Oct 27 '16 at 9:45

WhatPulse is a program that counts everything you might need to know, including programs that you have input, runtime, an activity keymap and various fun statistics.

Be wary that it's a potential keylogger (I used to run it back in the day, and forced it to be offline due to my own precautions). However I have not heard any complains over the program.

Edit: It also counts uptime and such. You might want to disable some...or most.. of the features. :)

  • Looks interesting. I will definitely try it out and come back. Thank you! – Corporate Geek Oct 26 '16 at 16:07
  • WhatPulse is awesome. I've used it for a month now and I love the data that it shares, how much there is and how useful. I even wrote a guide about it, so that people who need such data can find it easily. Those of you that are interested, can read it here: How many key presses and mouse clicks do you perform in a day? – Corporate Geek Nov 26 '16 at 18:33

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