Time-Tracking-Tool v. 1.2.5c

Introduction

Everybody knows the feeling after a long day passed by and no task was getting done. The Time-Tracking-Tool was designed to get an idea of the time passing by while working on different tasks. This tool measures the time of a number of different tasks and can be used for private and commercial purposes (i.e. billing, spent time on a project, time arrangement etc.) as well. After a while, you will be able to view a clear statistic which shows what you spent time on.
The Time-Tracking-Tool is written in Java. It can be used on every system were a current Java version has been installed.

The Program is still under (active) development - even though latest improvements have not been released yet.

Feature wishes, improvements and suggestion is welcome! Feel free to contact me, i.e. via the contact form.

Features

  • Counts time for you, your tasks and sub tasks
  • Visualized statitics of the accounted times over daily, weekly, monthly, yearly deployments, "normal" and cumulative views, free choosable period of view.
  • Completly written in Java - it can be used on every system were a current Java version has been installed.
  • German and english language support.
  • Automatic backup to avoid data loss.
  • Does not bother you in your work - Runs in background without sounds, popups or other bothering things.
  • Intuitive user interface.
  • Saved data files are readable and editable with a normal text editor (needs gzip decompression).
  • The amount of counted time will be valid, even if the machine has high load.
  • All data files can be used cross platform. (Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac, Solaris ...)
  • Can be run "as is" - no need for installation. Portable use via usb stick.
  • Additional tray icon for fast access of the most recent and most often used tasks.
  • Different projects can be stored in independent project files.

 
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