Windows Basic Activity Log v.1.1

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Winbal.exe will run silently in the background, and log the activity of the user to a CSV file, which can be opened in Excel or Notepad.It will work on Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7.When you run it, no windows or menu will open at all (You can see it running in the task manager).It's designed to be a stealthy application to track users and what software they use, for how long or even Internet sites they browse.It's a program I developed myself that we use on our own network of around 100 PC's.As an example of what's possible with this software, I have all 100 PC's logs combined automatically each night and reports run on the data.I can then see breakdowns of what software is used by which PC's for how long (Great for licensing).Also I know which PC's are used more than others - something we rely on when it comes to upgrading PC's.As a side effect of the above, it's also possible to see if someone is 'misusing' a PC - Those window titles carry a fair amount of information!What you do with the data you collect from your PC's is entirely up to you.

Winbal.exe will run silently in the ... A simple activity logger.

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  • Windows Basic Activity Log
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