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Windows Activity Monitor – Record PC Activity

February 21, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Sleeping At OfficeThe Windows Activity Monitor monitors user’s activity on the computer, tracks active windows and processes and allows table and chart visualization such as

  • Percentage of what applications were being used shown
  • Track individual processes
  • Time Sheet section. (It breaks down the activity of the user down to the minute)

The Windows Activity Monitor installs itself as a system service in the Windows operating system. The service will automatically record PC activity and generate reports that can be accessed with a web browser as the PC with the software installed creates its own webpage with all the information on.

This software can be very helpful for managers to monitor the PC usage of their Staff (of course with HR approval)

Windows Activity Monitor can be downloaded here

Windows Activity Monitor


  1. February 22, 2013 at 5:48 am

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